When a Devout Christian Attends a Rave and Takes MDMA

Flying From The Divine We found ourselves among the magenta lights, Swimming in the ocean of fireflies, Dancing in the galaxy of vibrating embers. A certain kind of bliss. But not the blessed happiness. I saw you sitting before me, sipping an ice cold rivet, slightly nodding your head as the band before us exploded … Continue reading When a Devout Christian Attends a Rave and Takes MDMA

A Universalist Catholic Account Of The Last Things

I affirm the dogmatic, three-fold, Catholic eschatological division of Hell, Purgatory and Heaven. However I understand these three realities in ways that are different to the standard presentation, and I also propose a fourth realm which I'm not sure what to call, but will tentatively refer to as Teleoeschaton. Finally, there is also a state … Continue reading A Universalist Catholic Account Of The Last Things

“How beautiful are the feet of those who preach good news!”

The Gospel is - at its' core - an unconditional promise: "God loves you, unconditionally", but this is merely a statement of abstract theological fact. It does not begin to become "Good news" without some sort of elaboration attached: "That's all well and good, but what does it mean for ME?" "God loves you, unconditionally, … Continue reading “How beautiful are the feet of those who preach good news!”