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We’re a growing collection of theologians and thinkers exploring boundaries, transitions, and being in-between across society, culture, and religion. Our mission is to search for those that represent and demonstrate both transitional-thinking and action-oriented work within society—especially among the marginalized, transitional, and irreligious.
Note: Fantasy and Liminality is a new series of reflections that looks at liminal themes in fantasy. This inaugural piece looks at the first book of Robert Jordan’s The Wheel of Time. For these series of reflections, my goal isn’t to recap, review, or retell each book. I will explore themes I found important for … Continue reading Fantasy and Liminality: Reflections on The Wheel of Time (Book 1)
Moments parted from one another, a distance that grows with the ever passing moments of time. The anxiety of separation as the time between past and present grows ever wider. Joy and sorrow, happiness and pain, celebration and defeat, all those experiences live on in the remnant of memory. Lost but for the thread that … Continue reading Separation of Time
Author Note: A Sermon delivered to Orange City United Methodist Church (Orange City, FL) on August 8, 2021. “How long ago was that day?” Job thought. He’d been so distraught and disturbed, he could merely only observe that time had continued to progress unrelentingly, unmercifully, without noting its amount or meaning. Time had continued—was it … Continue reading God’s Deafening Silence: A Reflection on Job 19:1-8