Tag Archives: modernity

Accumulated clippings, 2/3/19

1 Must every London gentrified street have a Starbucks, a Pret A Manger, a Caffè Nero, a Costa Coffee, a Wagamama, an Itsu, a Tesco Express, an Eat, a Hotel Chocolat, a Foxtons and a Boots? Is that all that’s … Continue reading

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Hauerwasian “modernity” today

“… no story except the story they choose when they have no story.” Continue reading

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Sunday 1/29/17

Bodily Exercise; Exclusive Interview with Jesus!; The Despised God; Modernity as Religion Continue reading

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… not we ourselves

Sorry, bunky, but you are not the story you’ve constructed about yourself. That’s a dangerous delusion – one that our culture feeds. Continue reading

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Hegemony and eschatology

On modern Western thought hegemony and true eschatology. Continue reading

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Saturday 1/11/14

Christian Civilization vs. The Project of Modernity Atheist Straw Men Iran and Munich prattle

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Thursday, October 4, 2012

I’m from the government, and I’m here to liberate you. Temple of the Living God, or just dodging hellfire? Low frackin’ fruit. Is Post-modernity Relativist?

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Atheist Delusions I

I recently read David Bentley Hart’s Atheist Delusions: The Christian Revolution and Its Fashionable Enemies (Yale, 2009). Although Hart is Orthodox, a world-class philosopher, and not half bad at popularizing, I hesitated to buy it. For one thing, I’ve read … Continue reading

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