This article provides an overview of Richard Kearney’s attempt at re-imagining God postmetaphysically.
In the context of a continental dialogue on the topic, Kearney has responded
to onto-theology with a hermeneutic and phenomenologically informed attempt to rethink
God post-metaphysically. This eschatological understanding of God is expounded in the
article and is placed in relation to Kearney’s more recent concept of Anatheism. The article
closes with a few remarks on what may be gained by Kearney’s work, as well as outlining a
few critical questions.