I have a leather satchel that's getting a little worse for wear. It's sitting here on the bench beside me. It goes with me. I wear jeans most days, and most of the pairs of jeans I have outlasted in these past years have perished because the fabric on the right hand hip wore away,… Continue reading Worn Leather
I'm currently doing some thinking about decline in the importance of theology within the our churches. I reckon that the fact that people happily go 'church shopping' across a range of denominational 'brands', is a sign that the theological differences between churches are regarded as only relatively important and might be outweighed by other considerations… Continue reading Is something rotten in the state of theology?
Yesterday I received in the mail a copy of a book that I ordered nearly two months ago from England. It's the cheapest book I've ever bought online - it cost me roughly $2 + $10 postage. It's a first edition of Dorothy L. Sayers' The Man Born to be King: a series of plays… Continue reading The Man Born to be King
Why I can keep holding on to hope for our family.
Greetings from Epiphenomenos to his friend Eraunetes. You warm my heart dear friend, who would have thought that one man could make so many kebabs from a single Ass? I wonder if you would be willing to turn your ingenuity to another of my problems? This one is somewhat different, I think you'll find that… Continue reading Philosophical Letters: Introduction
I've rediscovered my love for Philosophy. I've taken up reading Foucault again with the idea of writing a short review of The History of Sexuality, and rediscovered what I loved about reading his work when I studied it at Uni. Foucault has a freshness of style and a willingness to have a crack at thinking… Continue reading On Loving Philosophy