Tag Archives: Christian culture

Intentional Communities

Further to my article The Old Dream, Perceptio has written Corporate Association and Intentional Communities. It is remarkably astute, and the notion of “intentional community” harks back to the attention I gave to Christian and non-Christian communities. Many are models … Continue reading

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When the Salt loses its Savour…

These are the words that came into my mind as I read A Brief (Very Brief) History of Practical Liturgics by JV. He published an unfinished, or rather in-concluded, posting. I would probably have felt the same had I written … Continue reading

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Christian Communities

Another fine reflection with Desperation. The bottom line seems to be what we do to create an alternative lifestyle so that Christianity can survive in our life. What alternative can we offer to secular society? The most “intensive” kind of … Continue reading

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British Christianity in the Hole…

I read Damien Thompson’s articles a lot less frequently these days, but here’s one doing the rounds – 2067: the end of British Christianity. I link here to the illustration in the article showing a large English cathedral with only … Continue reading

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Church and Culture

I would like to draw your attention to an article from a blog for which I have a lot of esteem – Sitz im leben. It is good to see this blog come out of a long bout of writer’s … Continue reading

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