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In this article, I explore the technical poetic strategies by which George Herbert represents the relation between divine and human agency. In Herbert’s poetry, God works upon the human will not by external influence but by indwelling human nature and enabling it from within. I show that Herbert...
The particular vision of human, bodily life that has been adopted and developed in the neoliberal era since the 1970s is turning humans into a new kind of creature. Both our behavioral and conceptual notions of what it means to be human have been re-oriented to a vision of the “enterprising...
The eightieth General Convention passed Resolution 2022-A059, the first reading of a complete revision to Article X of the Constitution, the section which establishes the Book of Common Prayer. The impetus for this proposed revision springs from the realization of the Standing Committee on...
The Eucharist, a gospel sacrament and central feature of life in the Christian church, also bears considerable relevance for growing concerns about the “green” complexion of contemporary faith. Yet traditional forms of eucharistic liturgy may not seem initially to address these concerns...
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