The following is Neal DeRoo’s response to Eric Severson’s review of Futurity in Phenomenology: Promise and Method in Husserl, Derrida and Levinas. With this post we close our latest Book Symposium. We certainly hope you’ve enjoyed this enriching conversation. And we thank all the contributors, not only for their written words, but for the embodied […]
Geoffrey Holsclaw gives a brief history of social impetus for capitalism and considers the Eucharist as a true paradigm for economic exchange.
Of Icons, the Renaissance, and the Mysterious Disorientation of Disability: An Art Exhibit and Interview with Tim Lowly
In this art exhibit and interview, Tim Lowly invites us to challenging stories by painting his daughter Temma as an icon of sorts, pointing us outside our selves and our comfort zones, toward God and the other.
In this essay, Paul Jaussen argues that discipleship is a valuable model for education, one which avoids the common traps of ideological or market-driven pedagogies.