It seems to me that one of the reasons a voluntary, and market-driven society produces so much anxiety, is that relationships are constantly being being negotiated.
Zombies. These creatures constantly reappear in our culture. Why? Do they represent our deepest fears and failures? They're dead, but they just don't die! The subversive metaphor of the zombie can hide a truckload of meaning and cultural analysis. Why is the need to embody death as a zombie both cathartic and appealing? Are zombies simply an exploration
We live in a post-authentic world. -Bruce Springsteen (during keynote address at SXSW 2012) What cannot be said must be passed over in silence. But what cannot be said is most important of all. -Ludwig Wittgenstein Discarnate man is not compatible with an incarnate Church. -Marshall McLuhan Promote what you love instead of bashing what
Abstract Cathedral is proud to host a book except from this month's guest contributor: Greg Richards is a writer and College Minister who lives in San Antonio, TX with his wife and four children. This is an except from his forthcoming book tentatively titled "Napkins: Interruptions towards Christian Identity" My Seventh Grade Science Teacher Might