Globalization has many dimensions and there are diverse perspectives on it. e contributors to the first three volumes of God and Globalization are a testament to the range of scholarly engagement with key dimensions of globalization. e aim of these essays and the structure of their presentation is to lay the foundations for comprehensive theological interaction with globalization. While the review of volume 1 highlights the issue of glocal and local interaction with the global; volume two's reviewer draws attention to the often neglected religious (Christian) infl uences at work in a variety of professional and scholarly spheres of action shaping global developments. Volume 3 raises questions of the universal and the particular in religious studies and the ways that the world religions are shaping or responding to globalization, opening the way for inter-religious dialogue. is leads to the forth volume which asks what Christian theology and ethics specifi cally have to off er to the interpretation and guidance of these global developments. All four reviews are responded to here and the challenge to tease out a public theology and its mission appropriate for our globalizing era is re-asserted.