Monthly Archives: March 2016

Easter as the Redemption of Human Culture

A central tenet of Mimetic Theory is to propose Things Hidden since the Foundation of the World: the powers of sin and death deeply embedded within our cultures — and at the heart of our cultures, religion. As St. Paul … Continue reading

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Holy Thursday Reflections

Holy Thursday Reflections: Instituting a New Religious Practice, Not a New Religion Holy Week 2016 When Jesus and his disciples, all Jews, sat down to the Passover meal on the night of his betrayal, was he starting a new religion? … Continue reading

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Register for the 2016 Conference

9th ANNUAL THEOLOGY & PEACE CONFERENCE A culmination of a three year conversation seeking to formulate theological responses to perhaps this nation’s greatest ill — the systemic scapegoating of people of color — its brutal history of slavery, lynching, Jim … Continue reading

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