Contents: Marginalisation of God and the reality of absence – Presumption of absence and the problem of presence – The ambiguity
of experience as presence and absence – Epistemology and experience – Epistemology and the credibility of presence – The experience
of faith communities in epistemology – A critical comparison of Tillich and Rahner – An incremental contribution to Christological
knowledge – Tillich, Rahner and modernity – Postmodern insights of Tillich and Rahner – Postmodern Christology – Postmetaphysical
Christology – The incarnation and presence and absence – The death-resurrection event and presence and absence.