From Liquid to Liminality: Bauman and the Liquid World

It's hard not to be in awe of the remarkable changes taking place across our world. Every day we seem to encounter new and exciting changes across science, technology, and society. What's new today is old tomorrow, and global movements---from finance to culture---immerse us in a dizzying array of both uncertainty and excitement. There's little … Continue reading From Liquid to Liminality: Bauman and the Liquid World

Borderlands of the Bridge Prophet: A Reflection on John the Baptist as a Liminal Figure

John the Baptist, as the forerunner of Christ, is known as the “bridge prophet” for crying out in the wilderness: “Prepare the way of the Lord make his paths straight.” But what may we learn from him as liminal figure for today (one who was on the margins or at the threshold of a greater … Continue reading Borderlands of the Bridge Prophet: A Reflection on John the Baptist as a Liminal Figure

Lessons from Death: An Exploration of the Legacy of Eudel Marcelin

By dying first, Eudel has become the father and I the son. As the son, I must now learn from him instead of him learning from me. And the lesson must be learned! Rev. Livingstone David Marcelin, Eudel's father Eudel Sheban Vadim Marcelin was born on November 2, 2018. Three and half months later, on … Continue reading Lessons from Death: An Exploration of the Legacy of Eudel Marcelin

A Reflection on Job 14

Man who is born of a woman    is few of days and full of trouble.He comes out like a flower and withers;    he flees like a shadow and continues not.And do you open your eyes on such a one    and bring me into judgment with you?Who can bring a clean thing out of an unclean?    There is not one.Since his days are determined,    and the number of his months is … Continue reading A Reflection on Job 14