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Revolutionary Reading? The Bible of the Reformers

Revolutionary Reading? The Bible of the Reformers

Alex Adam November 10, 2017 0

Relearning Where to Stand In the year 1600, there were only a handful of known heliocentrists. Galileo, of course, would do a great deal to change this, making heliocentrism a cause célèbre in the

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A Christian-Muslim Mosaic of Accommodation and Partition – By David Bertaina

A Christian-Muslim Mosaic of Accommodation and Partition – By David Bertaina

David Bertaina August 16, 2016 0

David Bertaina on on Michael Penn’s Envisioning Islam At the beginning of his reign (705-715), the caliph al-Walid inaugurated the creation of a sacred structure: the Umayyad Mosque, also known as the Great Mosque

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MRBlog | Christian First, American Second: On Prioritizing (and Performing) Presidential Identities

MRBlog | Christian First, American Second: On Prioritizing (and Performing) Presidential Identities

Thomas J. Whitley January 26, 2016 2

By Thomas J. Whitley Back in September 2015 presidential candidate Ben Carson said that for a Muslim to be president “you have to reject the tenets of Islam.” He had taken quite a bit

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MRBlog | Carly Fiorina’s Religious Test For Office

MRBlog | Carly Fiorina’s Religious Test For Office

Thomas J. Whitley September 22, 2015 0

By Thomas J. Whitley Ben Carson has been in hot water since his comments on Meet the Press Sunday morning in which he said he does not think we should make a Muslim president.

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MRBlog | Playing With or Playing Into? On Subverting the “Terrorist” Category

MRBlog | Playing With or Playing Into? On Subverting the “Terrorist” Category

Thomas J. Whitley May 21, 2015 0

By Thomas J. Whitley Earlier this week I wrote about Robert Doggart, the “Christian terrorist.” As the piece got shared on various social media platforms, I got a little pushback for the stance I took,

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MRBlog | The Christian Terrorist

MRBlog | The Christian Terrorist

Thomas J. Whitley May 19, 2015 0

  By Thomas J. Whitley Robert Doggart is a white, 63-year-old male who is an ordained minister in the Christian National Church. For all of these reasons, he doesn’t fit the terrorist mold. Terrorists, in

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Blood: The Element of Christianity. A Forum on Gil Anidjar’s <i>Blood</i>

Blood: The Element of Christianity. A Forum on Gil Anidjar’s Blood

MRB March 2, 2015 0

A Forum edited by Nina Caputo “Is there such a thing as ‘the Christian Question?'” Gil Anidjar’s Blood: A Critique of Christianity opens. “The reading I offer, the argument I ultimately propose, is that between presence

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Fertile Blood – By Pamela Klassen

Fertile Blood – By Pamela Klassen

Pamela Klassen March 2, 2015 0

Pamela Klassen in the Blood Forum See the Blood: The Element of Christianity Forum page for all contributions. ※ Gil Anidjar’s Blood: A Critique of Christianity is an enigmatic book of echoes and avowals

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The Christian Question: A Response to the Blood Forum – By Gil Anidjar

The Christian Question: A Response to the Blood Forum – By Gil Anidjar

Gil Anidjar March 2, 2015 1

Gil Anidjar Responds to the Blood Forum I am becoming the blood guy. Like Dexter Morgan, I suppose I was asking for it. And like that strange, and strangely caring sociopath who likes to

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Inescapable Christianity – By Amy Hollywood

Inescapable Christianity – By Amy Hollywood

Amy Hollywood March 2, 2015 0

Amy Hollywood in the Blood Forum See the Blood: The Element of Christianity Forum page for all contributions. ※ In some rooms it would never occur to me to say that I am a

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