Ode to Joy

Old monk drunk walk garden olive way moon path nude blue light strain powder pouring bare feet stains red muscatel. On his rock sits Jesus eyes clear tell him of your life sans joy brave Brother Anhidonus oh fun monk too but without joy. Hung over herbs your Jesus praying not an only child wasContinue reading “Ode to Joy”

Body of Christ and Body Politic: Notes on Luke J. Goble’s “Worshiping Politics: Problems and Practices for a Public Faith”

In one of the early scenes of H. G. Wells’s “The Time Machine,” the Time Traveler discovers a group of Eloi lounging in the sun by a small river, bathing in the shallows. One of them, Weena, cramps and is caught in a rapid, and is in danger of drowning, but her screams are ignored.Continue reading “Body of Christ and Body Politic: Notes on Luke J. Goble’s “Worshiping Politics: Problems and Practices for a Public Faith””

Learning to Deconstruct Finally

Derrida seems satisfied if not happy with his contradictions, with having learned finally to live with them unencumbered by any implicit criticism. His primary concern in his last days appears to have been what comes after the final act of writing. After all, “there are, to be sure, many very good readers (a few dozenContinue reading “Learning to Deconstruct Finally”