This article is part of a research project, Conversations after God. The focus of this article is to
reflect on the theory and methodology of practical theology in a post-metaphysical (After
God) context. It will be suggested that practical theology can redefine itself as public theology,
but specifically as Christology by engaging the public texts within their contexts, but from a
Christ-science hermeneutical approach. The proposed approach is a hermeneutical approach
where the Christ-Ereignis guides the inner- and inter-textual reading of texts within contexts.
This Christ-Ereignis cannot be translated into a science or even a definable philosophy and
therefore the logos is crossed out. Christology, as public theology is done from the margins of
the dominant discourses and therefore it could be seen as a Christology from the margins of
the market to create spaces of kingdom life: life in fullness.