Radical Orthodoxy exploded on to the theological scene in the early 1990s. Since then, it has become a significant factor in how many Christian thinkers and future leaders are addressing the place of theology and the Church in the twenty-first century.This trend in theology is exciting, sometimes baffling and always controversial. Yet, Radical Orthodoxy also has a fearsome and off-putting reputation for complexity. Its books are full of detailed arguments and crammed with philosophical jargon in a range of languages.Here, Steven Shakespeare makes accessible Radical Orthodoxy's key arguments and offers an explanation and critique of its theology. This jargon-free introduction will help students, clergy and those with an interest in theology to engage both with the movement and with the wider debate about the place of the Church in the world.