Why can’t we seem to stop working?
Lexi Eikelboom, DPhil (Oxford) is currently transitioning to the Institute for Religion and Critical Inquiry at the Australian Catholic University.
Has the invention of the GPS given us more freedom or is it a manifestation of hegemony?
In which I become autobiographical.
Tamsin Jones’ article comparing Jean-Luc Marion’s saturated phenomenon to trauma shows that we must find ways to distinguish violence from non-violent interruption.
Rowan Williams reached for the idea of rhythm in response to two questions at the Wheaton Theology Conference. Does this mean he’s currently thinking about it more broadly?
Sometimes it seems that consumerism has absorbed everything and there is no hope of resistance. This is a story about how a black hole in the wall may be a beacon of hope.
King modifies the rhythms of speech in order to give congregants an experience of freedom, to connect them experientially with the freeing Spirit.
That depends on whether you think “encounter” counts.
As I enter the publication process of the first book coming out of TRTP, I’m starting to think about new questions for 2018.
Complaints from the pews about matters of form are often dismissed as superficial and immature. But they may point churches to a necessary conversation.