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Fratricidal wars, global pandemics, poverty and climate crisis: vulnerability is at the core of the political drama of our time. Countering conventional approaches, this book explores how human vulnerability can be a platform for community and a potential for political agency in precarity. Analyzing Christian celebrations of Christmas and Easter in contexts of marginalization, A Political Theology of Vulnerability suggests that religious resources can inspire precarious politics, through confessing the dispossession of divinity and performing a political sacralization of vulnerability. Combining critical political theory, lived religion and liberative theological reflection, an account of politics as ‘acting vulnerably’ emerges as a promise.