Mythos, Religion, and History

I am, which is to say I remain, a Christian, if an odd sort of Christian. I even remain in many ways a theologian, though an odd sort of theologian, as well. The problems theology has had in terms of dealing with historiological studies of scriptural times, places and events has never been something particularly… Continue reading Mythos, Religion, and History

“What is Not Forbidden is Mandatory”

The title is specifically not a philosophical or even a moral injunction, but a precept of modern physics. Seven Essential Elements of Quantum Physics Consider, then, the correlation to the following quote: “The pre-Copernican image of the cosmos familiar to us from medieval maps pictures the “universe” opened by the fundamental fantasy, wherein guilt is… Continue reading “What is Not Forbidden is Mandatory”