November 4, 2013 / Theology
Religious rituals and material practices determine cognitive ideologies, and material practices serve themselves as a sort of material belief in the body of the individual.
Zachary Thomas Settle is currently a PhD student in the Graduate Department of Religion at Vanderbilt, where he is working in the areas of theology and economy. He is the theology editor for The Other Journal, and he has written for numerous publications, including the Journal of Cultural and Religious Theory and The Other Journal. He is also the coeditor of Dreams, Doubt and Dread: The Spiritual in Film.