Two Merchants, One Tale: Constructing Justice Through Artistic Encounter in Haiti

Note: This essay is part of a chapter from a book currently in-progress. Emmanuel Buteau has graciously shared this with Liminal Theology. The Haitian sun is a wonder to behold. It evokes the miraculous every time it announces the dawn of a new day. Rising, it gives rest to the denizens of the night such … Continue reading Two Merchants, One Tale: Constructing Justice Through Artistic Encounter in Haiti

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