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July 26, 2007


JS Bangs

I've always been interested in radical interpretations of Christianity, which can be frustrating in an era where the reigning theologies are reactionary.

Which couldn't possibly be our era. The dominant poles of Christianity in the contemporary West are low-church evangelicalism and high-church revisionism, both of which are liberal in their own ways.

Love the site, BTW. I just found it a few weeks ago, and it went straight onto my blogroll.

mr waggish

The Cohn book is fabulous. His knowledge of the period appears so total. Have you read Frances Yates's "Art of Memory"? Another pillar of my spotty gnostic education, around Lull and Bruno.

PS--agreed, most of the stuff Mome publishes is very poor, and having David B.'s brilliance in there only makes it more blatant.

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