Showing posts with label Culture. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Culture. Show all posts

We Africans are not children in need of western enlightenment

Friends, please hear me, we Africans are not afraid of our sisters and brothers who identify as lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transgendered, ques...

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The State of C4SO

The State of C4SO

I’m happy to announce that fellow @WheatonCollege faculty member Rev. Dr. Emily McGowin and I have been appointed as Canon Theologians fo...

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On New Age as Consumer Manifest Destiny

From Felicity Carter, former astrologer, in The Guardian : I’d understood organised religion to be something between an embarrassment and an...

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St. Benedict's Hierarchy of Needs

St. Benedict's Hierarchy of Needs

"Maslow, like [St.] Benedict, believed that unless low level needs such as physiological and social needs were satisfied, workers could...

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Tax-exemption 'Benefit'

https://twitter.com/drmoore/status/1185233213163261953

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a (sultry) island of sanity in the vast ocean of western madness

The Fathers thought that the historical level of meaning of the Song of Solomon could be more or less taken as given, and said the allegoric...

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Familial Relationships and Identity Politics

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Pope Benedict XVI on Liturgical Dancing

Dancing is not a form of expression for the Christian liturgy. In about the third century, there was an attempt in certain Gnostic-Docetic c...

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De-teching teaching

De-teching teaching

Alan Jacobs, one of my favorite thinkers on digital humanities and culture, speaking on tech in the classroom and on study (note the hyperli...

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