Genesis 1 is a carefully constructed pattern that includes several different rhythms. What is the significance of these rhythms for understanding Genesis 1?
Lexi Eikelboom, DPhil (Oxford) is currently transitioning to the Institute for Religion and Critical Inquiry at the Australian Catholic University.
The internet is evidence of the human compulsion to write. Where does this compulsion come from?
This past week, I have been working on expanding and adapting a conference paper on what poetry can teach us about the nature of time and its end for publication in a volume by de Gruyter. Here is a short, adapted section from the introduction that explains how […]
Paul Celan wrote poetry as one oppressed yet wrote in the language of the oppressor. What can this teach us today about resisting the oppressive uses of the English language?
I know it feels like nothing is changing but it’s important that we do not think of these protests as meaningless or pointless. Listen harder, instead.
What practices can help us live more rhythmically? This is a guide to the already-available online resources that can help.
What does rhythm have to do with theology and if it’s so important, why don’t more theologians talk about it?
This is a reference guide for rhythm in the work of various philosophers – where it appears and how it’s used. Perhaps unexpectedly, the category is actually one that crops up fairly regularly in continental philosophy but is not discussed at length and so is often overlooked. However, […]
We all know what rhythm is…sort of. If pressed, how would you define it?
Rhythm is all around us, but why does it matter? The reasons are social, political, and theological.