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ISIS and the UK's Retaliation

Hi Everybody,

So this post is a little different to my others. In this post I want to talk about ISIS.

As we all know ISIS, or IS, are currently perceived to be the biggest terrorist threat in the world. 256 more words

Foundations Peer Mentors January 16

Foundations Peer Mentors 16

This is our first meeting with everyone–students and TAs–for Foundations of Christian Thought and Practice. Spring 2016. We have a fantastic group of TAs once again this semester. 58 more words

Religious Studies

Fundamental Heretics

It’s time for a church history lesson.

In the first few hundred years of the church, the leaders were constantly figuring out what it believed. All of these doctrines and teachings that we take for granted had to be hammered out in the context of real disagreements between real people. 581 more words


The Progressive Prophet Without Honor

This week’s lectionary reading is a strange little story detailing the auspicious start of Jesus’ ministry. Driven by the spirit, He returns home to Nazareth to preach in the synagogue. 1,403 more words

Lectionary Reflection


If you’re not aware, the Secular Social Justice Conference was on. If you can, check the #SSJCon hashtag on Twitter. Unfortunately it’s all over, but I’m hoping a lot of good material and action comes out of this. 1,881 more words


The World-Historical Institution of [REL], part 1 of 2

The presentation of ‘religion as a mode of existence’ that I’ve offered in various posts above remains close to the technical nomenclature of Latour’s own system. 984 more words

Bruno Latour