Tag Archives: postmodernism

From Topology to Dromology: A Brief Sketch of Paul Virilio

Paul Virilio, born in 1932, spent his early life on the northern coast of France. His childhood, growing up alongside the Second World War, was marked by routine bombings, as Nantes became a Nazi occupied port. Like many other postmodern … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Josiah Daniels on the Cross and the Lynching Tree Pt. 2

Josiah Daniels continues his previous post today. Be sure to follow his worthwhile theological reflections and those of his friends at Restoring Pangea. The Cross and the Lynching Tree PART 2             One of the most significant ways to gain … Continue reading

Posted in Guests, James Cone, Josiah Daniels, Liberation Theology, Suffering, Theologians, Theology | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Josiah Daniels on The Cross and the Lynching Tree Pt. 1

As I mentioned before, I wanted to offer some space on my blog to friends of mine who I think are doing some good work. One of those friends is Josiah Daniels. My blog focuses quite a bit on what … Continue reading

Posted in Guests, James Cone, Josiah Daniels, Liberation Theology, Theology | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment