A few months back, I penned an article entitled Trauma-Induced Theology. In the article, I noted a few pointers:Continue reading
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Trauma-Induced Theology (Part 1)
These days I spend a good bit of time thinking about what I might call “trauma-induced theology”. I use this term to speak of how our trauma – both past and current – has deeply informed our understanding of God, as well as the church.Continue reading
Deconstruction: The Term of the Day
Everyone seems to be talking about deconstructionism these days. Everyone. And especially Christians.
The book Who’s Afraid of Postmodernism from philosopher James K.A. Smith was very helpful in introducing postmodern (and, subsequently, deconstructionist) thought to me. To summarize Smith’s reflections on the writings of the father of desconstructionism himself, Jacques Derrida:Continue reading