Category Archives: Book Quotes

Everything Wrong With The Cursed Child

I was hesitant when I purchased J. K. Rowling’s Cursed Child script, and as it turns out, this was for good reason. The beloved characters of the Harry Potter series have been described in completely uncharacteristic ways, and the plot either has holes … Continue reading

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Unbroken

Unbroken is a film worth watching. Jack O’Connell’s performance is great, and he has received the BAFTA Rising Star Award this year. He plays Louis Zamperini, an Olympic athlete who enlists in the military in WW2 and struggles through hardships, refusing to … Continue reading

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Delirium and Eating Animals

The last two books I read were both thought-provoking. Delirium is about a world where love (amor deleria nervosa) is seen of as a disease. At the age of 18, each person is given the treatment which shuts off this … Continue reading

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Trinity, Andrea Gibson and Live Below The Line

Over the last two weeks I have done so much reading for my first assignment of the semester on the Trinity. I can’t write my ideas down on here right now because of copyright and submission rules, but I will … Continue reading

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Responding to Hampson’s “After Christianity”, Chapter 7

Responding to Chapter 7: Spirituality and Praxis Daphne Hampson, After Christianity (London: SCM Press, 1996) Commentary on the final chapter: Her aim for her final chapter is to try and find “whether there are certain ways of being in the world, certain … Continue reading

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Responding to Hampson’s “After Christianity”, Chapter 6

Responding to Chapter 6: A Future Theism Daphne Hampson, After Christianity (London: SCM Press, 1996) Summary and Commentary: Discussing scholars such as Schleiermacher this chapter explores the place of God in our lives, considering approaches that seem to me similar to a pantheistic … Continue reading

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Responding to Hampson’s “After Christianity”, Chapter 5

Responding to Chapter 5: Woman, the Other Daphne Hampson, After Christianity (London: SCM Press, 1996) Summary and Commentary: This chapter is an exploration of three profiles of women and their treatment: woman as ideal, slut and complement to the male. The first … Continue reading

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