This post was written in 2014. We’re publishing it now before a new round of posts in the lead-up to our time in Australia. ‘So what do you and I actually think about the Canaanite genocide these days, Tamie?’ I asked. It’s a curly question for anyone who considers themselves a […]
This question was put to me on Facebook by someone who is neither a Christian nor a feminist. After all, he said, the primary authority figures central to Christianity (those of the Trinity) are all male; males occupy virtually all church roles; the image of the Father is strongly invoked; […]
In Orobator’s discussion of the relationship between faith and culture, and how this has unfolded in the African context, he provides some useful distinctions for words that can sometimes sound pretty similar!
His family were pretty miffed. He was an aristocratic Italian and the nephew of a cardinal. Now, not only had he joined the Jesuits, he had decided to move to South India!