Has the invention of the GPS given us more freedom or is it a manifestation of hegemony?
As I enter the publication process of the first book coming out of TRTP, I’m starting to think about new questions for 2018.
Consumption is a rhythmic phenomenon.
Contrary to its associations with masculinity, the best image for a the function of a jazz drummer may be mothering.
Speculations on how a burgeoning methodology from human geography may be fruitful for theology.
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.
Rhythm is all around us, but why does it matter? The reasons are social, political, and theological.