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August 30, 2012
Welcome to Cultivare, Kimberly Hyatt
I'd like to take a moment today to introduce you all to a new blogger...
August 29, 2012
Hooking Up and Hanging On
As the father of a daughter, and a minister to boot, my fears of the...
August 28, 2012
Jesus+Nothing=Everything & Theology of Culture
When asked what he had learned from his years of studying the Bible, the...
August 24, 2012
Cure for Christendom
I'm getting some great questions relating to yesterday's post, "You Don't Need Adam to Need...
August 23, 2012
You Don’t Need Adam to Need a Savior: You Just Need Sin
The issue of the "historicity of Adam" (and Eve--why do we always forget Eve?) is...
August 22, 2012
The Kingdom is Near. In Orlando.
Today's post is by Dr. Heather Curtis, Associate Professor of Religion, Tufts University, Medford, Massachusetts. For...
August 21, 2012
Piss Christ, Revisited
The culture wars are back. And they seem to have a corporate sponsor that sells...
August 16, 2012
Breaking Bad: Why Society Still Needs “Sin” Language
Like a lot of folks, I'm hooked on "Breaking Bad"-- the drama about Walter White,...
August 15, 2012
Paul Ryan & Alex Keaton
A culture blog is the last place you want to talk politics (despite the role...
August 14, 2012
The Artist, the Work of Art, and the Freedom of the Unfree Will
What is the relationship of the artist to the work of art? Is it merely...
August 10, 2012
Robert Hughes, Jackson Pollock, and Me
The art critic has an impossible but necessary task. I was reminded of this...
August 09, 2012
In Search of an Authentic Faith: Freud, Kierkegaard and Beck’s “New Apologetic”
In Richard Beck's recent book, The Authenticity of Faith, he considers whether a truly authentic faith...
August 08, 2012
Jim Holt's new book, “Why Does the World Exist?, tackles the most basic question we humans could...
August 07, 2012
Art and Explanation
Susan Sontag has a point. In her well-known essay, "Against Interpretation" (1966), Sontag argues that...
August 06, 2012
Beach Volleyball’s Boys and Babes
We have been periodically watching the Olympics over the last week. I particularly like watching...
August 03, 2012
Novel Reading: A Lost Art?
Okay.....I'm picking up a theme that a couple of my blogging colleagues did on "summer...
August 02, 2012
The Olympics as “Existential Narcotic”: How Michael Phelps Represses Our Fear of Death
What do Michael Phelps, the new "Fab Five" and the U.S. men's basketball team all...
August 01, 2012
Hittie, Jebusite, Amorite, Mosquito-bite
The New Yorker ran a disturbing piece recently on mosquitoes, apropos to a midsummer post when swatting...
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