This is a guest post written by Leighton Knapp, friend of Many Horizons. His own blog can be found here. While the majority of people in our western world...
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In this season of Lent, I say to you "Momento mori"—remember that you will die. But do not despair. Look instead to the one who came to save us from death.
Love is hard. The significance of Lent is to embody a practice that reminds us of the gift of love, the cost of love, and the fulfillment of love.
Here I think about Christ's descent into hell as a descent into godlessness, and what that might imply.
How are we to (and can we possibly) make sense of suicide?
We have all enjoyed being the purveyors of shame at one time or another. Shame is a powerful tool because it elevates the shamer over the shamed.
In this post, I challenge the common understanding of belief as conscious opinion, suggesting that this is a poor understanding of how human beings work.
The optimism of technology is a lie. We will never be able to lift our way out of sin and suffering. But, we can love our way through it.
Mysticism gets a bad wrap for being a spirituality of the elite, too obscure and bizarre to work for justice. For Richard of St. Victor, love is a verb.
Anybody can preach the highlights of the Bible; you prove your mettle when you grapple with tough texts. I present a typology of interpretation for those.