Category Archives: Brian Moore

The Vates Christ Jesus and the Transcendence of Metronomic Time

by Brian C. Moore, Ph.D. thinking about jesus and i believe i do. I believe, at least (i believe i believe) in what he believed in. i believe, at least, that he got where he was going, and that where … Continue reading

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The Vates Christ Jesus and the Plurivocity of Being

by Brian. C. Moore, Ph.D. David Burrell warns us that a properly deft use of analogous terms “demands an awareness that we are functioning as creatures ourselves in a created order whose principles remain unknown to us, yet whose lineaments … Continue reading

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The Vates Christ Jesus and the Joyous Dance of Infinite Frontiers

by Brian C. Moore, Ph.D. Concepts can be “thick” or “thin.” Existence in classical theism is fat like the sun. Men and women squint and dutifully keep to the tolerable roads. Some sweat under the radiance of divine Fatherhood, sopping … Continue reading

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The Vates Christ Jesus and the Poetics of the Gospel

by Brian C. Moore, Ph.D. Heidegger was appalled by the modern world. After he became an accepted sage, it was necessary to obscure his previous attachment to Nazi ideology. Of course, the monstrous is not always fully evident before the … Continue reading

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The Vates Christ Jesus and the Struggle to Say Amen

by Brian C. Moore, Ph.D. I know atheists for whom discussion of God is equivalent to quibbling over whether or not invisible pink rabbits exist. They have been educated into imbecility. While capable of shrewd, instrumental acts of reason, they … Continue reading

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A Drama of Good and Evil

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Book Review: ‘Beneath the Silent Heavens’

by Jess Lederman Beneath the Silent Heavens, Brian Christopher Moore’s enchanting, beautifully written, and thought-provoking retelling of the story of Noe (Noah) and the Flood, is subtitled A Fantasy. There’s a long history of Christian-themed fantasies (arguably including portions of … Continue reading

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Theodicy, Hell, and David Bentley Hart

by Brian C. Moore, Ph.D. In his recent blog post “The Morality of Gehenna,” Father Lawrence Farley defends the com­patibility of traditional notions of hell with the Goodness of the Christian God. His voice is certainly not inhumane. He recognizes … Continue reading

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