“What is Secularism?” Pt. 1: The Ontology of Violence and the Nation State

  The following is the first of four posts in which I will be exploring the question, “What is secularism?”.   A few weeks ago, I was eating tacos and having a dialogue with a dear friend when the topic arose of Christian worship in an age of secularism. “You and David always talk about … Continue reading “What is Secularism?” Pt. 1: The Ontology of Violence and the Nation State

Transfiguration at the Table

Eucharistic Re-Enchantment of the World. There’s a problem with ‘Memorialism’ (the idea that the sacraments are merely symbols) championed by Zwingli. This concept pervades modern Christianity, not just in Eucharistic doctrine, but in the debilitating effect it has on our ability to interpret the world and our place in it. If the convergence of the … Continue reading Transfiguration at the Table