„Theological Realism and Eschatological Symbol Systems: Resurrection, the Reign of God, and the Presence in Faith and in the Spirit“, in: T. Peters, R. Russell u. M. Welker (Hg.), Resurrection: Theological and Scientific Assessments, Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2002, 31-42.
There are many definitons of “theological realism”. A minimalist definition states that theological claims should be compatible with possible experience. The measures for possible experience need continous testing, and negotiation in and among truth-seeking communities. Truth-seeking communities seek to interrogate and to heighten certainty and consensus without reducing truth to certainty and consensus without reducing truth to certainty and consensus.