Brian Walsh proposes a biblical reimagination of sacred space.
Kathy Berry offers a rabbinic perspective on the divine attributes, the disrobing of humanity, and God’s salvific response.
Andrew Arndt suggests a bridge between Augustine’s eschatological vision in City of God and his thoughts on divine eternity in Confessions.
Paul J. Schutz wants to promote humanity’s sense of interconnectedness with other creatures.
Tomi Oredein offers her take on some of the beautiful ways we are human.
Taylor Ross considers how the recent unmasking of Elena Ferrante reveals a fundamental misunderstanding of language and literature.
Each Friday we compile a list of interesting links and articles our editors find from across the web. Here’s what’s catching our eye this week. Wikipedia bans some editors from gender-related articles: Wikipedia’s arbitration committee, the highest user-run body on the site, has voted to ban a number of editors from making corrections to articles […]
In this poem by Rebecca Lauren, Eve speaks of creation.
Not much time left to submit a paper. The deadline is January 15. Here’s a link to the CFP. Registration information is now available. —————— Registration Information for the 2012 meeting of the Society for Continental Philosophy and Theology (SCPT) Creation, Creatureliness, and Creativity: The Human Place in the Natural World April 20-22, 2012 Loyola […]