January 7, 2012 / The Church & Postmodern Culture
This Christmas season I had the privilege of attending a memorial service, a vigil in …
October 4, 2011
Thanks to all who have participated.
Here are the two winners.
Name: In The Far Country
Meditations on Christianity in a post-secular world. The title is from Barth’s CD, IV/1.
Name: From Here Out
Theme: All speaking/writing is “from here out”. As Christians the “from here out” is the infinite Word and his body the Church. Taken from the Jewish poet Paul Celan: THE TRACE OF A BITE in Nowhere. / It too / you must combat, / from here out.
Thanks everyone. Geoff
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Geoffrey Holsclaw is a co-pastor at Life on the Vine (www.lifeonthevine.org) and a PhD candidate in theology and society at Marquette University. He is an editor for the Church and Postmodern Culture (http://churchandpomo.typepad.com/) and writes at geoffreyholsclaw.net.