Written as an exercise in Psalm composition in my second semester at Wycliffe College. Lord do you hear my prayer? Are ears of stone still my god? Every day I sink further down, My countenance is like a man beaten with stones. I am someone heavy burdened, Will it always be this way? Is your … Continue reading A Psalm of Lament
Tag: Radical Orthodoxy
A Brief Definition of Philosophy
The philosophical task, then, is neither mere myth nor rational science. Philosophy inhabits the in-between of mythos and logos...
“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