October 8, 2015 / Theology
With the help of Søren Kierkegaard, Dean Dettloff explores how traumatic experience alienates us from ourselves, our world, and our faith—and yet gets resolved through the wondrous renewal of life itself.
Dean Dettloff is completing his MA in the history of philosophy at the Institute for Christian Studies (ICS), Toronto, where he moderates the blog Ground Motive (http://www.groundmotive.net/). He will continue in the PhD program at ICS in the fall. From Michigan, he currently resides in Toronto with his wife, Emily, and cat, Streganona.