Accepting the whole of a tradition and not just the parts I found Slavoj Zizeks opening to his book The Fragile Absolute, to be instructive for a present day study of Quaker theology. He begins by presenting the challenge of two choices: How is a Marxist to counter all the various thoughts” of the post-modernContinue reading “Towards a Post-Foundationalist Quaker Theology: Slavoj Zizek, Quietism and Pink Dandelion”
Last night Emily and I had the opportunity to hang out with some of our good friends from Ohio and eat some fantastic sushi. During the course of the evening, we encroached on a sometimes-touchy subject (except for this night): How Christians spend their money.
Today in the Los Angeles Times, there is an article about a new Christian” video game: Left Behind: Eternal Forces. The game aims to make a broadly appealing video game, similar to Grand Theft Auto; it is a real-time” strategy game that features plenty of biblical smiting, albeit with high-tech weaponry as players battle theContinue reading “Left Behind Eternal Forces – Violence for Christians”