The triumphant return of postmodernism | Financial Times | + Opinion

The hated look of the 1980s is back in vogue at this year’s London Design Festival The problem with postmodernism is that it kills everything in its wake… So design eats itself. Source: The triumphant return of postmodernism | Financial Times Opinion: This might be true of architecture, which this article wholly addresses. But in… Read More The triumphant return of postmodernism | Financial Times | + Opinion

What is Spiritual Abuse? | Mary Pezzulo | + Opinion

Spiritual abuse is not merely a Catholic problem. It exists in every religion you can name, because there are abusive people everywhere and they always seek positions of authority so they can go on abusing. Source: What is Spiritual Abuse? | Mary Pezzulo Opinion: The article looks at not just physical abuse but the much… Read More What is Spiritual Abuse? | Mary Pezzulo | + Opinion

When you’ve been drunk your whole life, who are you when you get sober? | CBC Radio | + Opinion

Writer Eve Peyser shares the unexpected identity crisis she underwent when she stopped drinking. Source: When you’ve been drunk your whole life, who are you when you get sober? | CBC Radio Opinion: This headline spoke to me not because I drink or, for that matter, ever drank very often. I actually stopped drinking alcohol… Read More When you’ve been drunk your whole life, who are you when you get sober? | CBC Radio | + Opinion

St. Luke the Evangelist – Father, please forgive my break from the old routine…

Today I’m going to spill a little secret about my Christian faith. Although Christianity is what I always fall back on when my spirits begin to decline, funnily enough I do not always find writing about Christianity all that challenging or stimulating. For me, delving into the Greek and Roman myths is usually a lot… Read More St. Luke the Evangelist – Father, please forgive my break from the old routine…

Martin Luther – Not just knocking but hammering on the door

Martin Luther (1483-1546) was the son of a copper miner, born at Eisleben, and the founder of the German Protestant Reformation. After a traditional education, Luther entered an Augustinian monastery in 1505. He was ordained as a priest in 1507 and in 1512 earned the title of Doctor of Theology and Professor of Scripture at Wittenberg.… Read More Martin Luther – Not just knocking but hammering on the door