THE LIBERATION OF DIALOGUE

Kerygma, a Greek work in the New Testament for “preaching” – to cry or herald the salvation of Jesus. Or more specifically an approach that the early church took for oral history and proclamation.  More specifically, a storied approach that the early church took for oral history and proclamation.  Martin Accad, the famous missionary to the…

KILLING GODS IN THE DESERT

In Roman culture, the first “atheists” were these peculiar Christian types. They rejected the influence of the gods in their lives, a kind of fulfilled Socratic vision with the Nazarene, Jesus, at the center. This was the pre-Christian world; a world filled with pagan idolatry and sexual governance because most of these Roman gods contained some…

The ‘Evildoer’ Of The Modern Age Is A Humanitarian? (Reflections from Solzhenitsyn, Part I)

A Secular society always envisions itself as fundamentally moral, humane, and considerate of those in the periphery. And we in said society pride ourselves on caring for those different than us – providing evidence of the ever-growing list of positive rights for the ‘marginalized’ in our countries. But this is precisely the issue in secular society,…