Daily Archives: January 3, 2012

Terry Eagleton’s Vision of Christianity

Over on Curlew River, John H writes on Terry Eagleton’s vision of Christianity: Prof Eagleton is not a Christian, but he is (a) highly sympathetic towards the account of Christian faith he first encountered as a student “with the aid … Continue reading

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Postcards From The Oubliette

My Tumblr blog, Postcards from the Oubliette, has just come out of its aestivation. It is the go-to place for everything that I am too image-conscious to post here.

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‘Symbol and Sacrament’ Chapter 2:II: Theology After Heidegger

Symbol and Sacrament Posts: Introduction, Chapter 1, Chapter 2:I, Chapter 3, Chapter 4:I, Chapter 4:II, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7 In the previous post in this series, I sketched Chauvet’s summary of Heidegger’s challenge to traditional metaphysical thinking. At this point, Chauvet turns from summarizing Heidegger … Continue reading

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