• Luis Sales

    Luis Sales

    Visiting Assistant Professor of Early Christianity at Scripps College in Claremont, CA

    Luis Salés is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Early Christianity at Scripps College in Claremont, CA. His most recent publications include a series of articles on Gregory of Nyssa, Maximos the Confessor, and Yahya ibn 'Adi, as well as an English translation of Maximos' Chapters on Theology and a Spanish translation of Maximos' Mystagogy and Chapters on Theology.

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Culture and Arts

Deifying Bodies of ColorColoniality, Iconography, and the Black Lives Matter Movement

Ελληνικά Amid a nationwide BLM movement calling for the removal of statues and monuments that enshrine, even glorify, the genocidal, colonizing, enslaving, and imperialistic past of the United States, well-known BLM activist Shaun King tweeted that “The statues of the white European they claim is Jesus should also come down” and in his next tweet...
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Orthodoxy and Modernity, Theology

(Review) “The Wheel” Issue 13/14- Being Human: Embodiment, Sex and Marriage, Pastoral Challenges

The Wheel is a quarterly journal that strives to articulate the Gospel “intelligently and constructively for the 21st Century” from Orthodox perspectives. It offers an accessibly thoughtful and well-researched platform for Orthodox self-expressions and often features world-renown contributors. A... Read more.