the continual sacralization of space

Alasdair John Milbank (born 23 October 1952) is a distinguished contemporary Anglican theologian. In a recent interview, he shared these thoughts about the church and incarnation: The Church is at once very very spiritual and very very concrete. The Church continues that sense of the Incarnation, and I mean that quite literally, that the church […]

to make the painful things possible

To teach is to create a space in which obedience to truth is practiced. …A learning space has three major characteristics, three essential dimensions: openness, boundaries, and an air of hospitality. …Openness is no more than the commonsense meaning of space. To create space is to remove the impediments to learning that we find around […]

sabbath was to time what temple was to space

The sabbath was the day when human time and God’s time met, when the day-to-day succession of tasks and sorrows was set aside and one entered a different sort of time, celebrating the original sabbath and looking forward to the ultimate one. This was the natural moment to celebrate, to worship, to pray, to study […]