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Religions Today: Reflections on Parliament 2015

I just returned from the Parliament of the World’s Religions in Salt Lake City. It was a massive event. Everything I experienced makes up only a tiny fraction of what was happening there. 566 more words

Theology And Religion

Religion revisited in a postsecular age

“I stand on ground I’ve walked before
To seek the way”

“Kells Theme” by Iona, a prog rock Christian band

Religion is a bug I have never quite shaken off. 812 more words

Renewable Deleuze

Philosophies are renewable resources. Deleuze’s philosophy is a case in point.  Theological and religious contexts have seen a renewal of Deleuze in recent years. Kristien Justaert drew out Deleuze’s contributions to liberation theology ( 631 more words


The God that had to die

Back in 2012 I moved to Finland. I dropped everything to be with the person I love (and it was in love that I came to fall in love, all over again, with Jesus). 1,820 more words

Thinking with Christianity

Christianity was once a big part of my life. Going to church, breaking bread, studying the bible…I did all of that. Hell, I spent three years at a theological seminary trying to figure out how to articulate my faith. 628 more words

Panel Discussion: Love in (Post) Secular Society (19 May, Amsterdam)

While we, the 21st century Europeans, tend to be skeptical about the prospect of finding “love” in our private lives, “love talk” is endemic in our public debates. 144 more words