The volume concludes by re-examining the nature of plurality in our contemporary societies and the important challenge that this poses to forms of the Radical Orthodoxy project on both a theoretical and practical level. The response offered to this takes the form of an alternative narrative, drawing on aspects of the Christian tradition, works within the Radical Orthodoxy movement, and forms of the Islamic tradition, that aims to deliver a more coherent account of the purpose, place, and correct reaction to, forms of social, political, and religious plurality from within the Christian community. The narrative offered aims to have moved beyond the oppositional and ecclesiologically marginalising form of relation proposed within the Milbankian form of Radical Orthodoxy, and to offer in its place a vision of difference within society which incorporates a desiring disposition towards the other that, which each social performance, aims to better reflect the beauty of the desiring divine.