Tag: Secularism

Late Modernity, Time, and Orthodoxy
Culture and Arts, Orthodoxy and Modernity, Theology

Late Modernity, Time, and Orthodoxy

български  | ქართული |  Ελληνικά | Русский | Српски The rhythm of the contemporary world is frenetic. The escalator, once a symbol of progress, cannot anymore serve the needs of modern humans, who are always in a hurry. Not only work but also personal life is structured according to the new tenet: “speed is everything.” “In…

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Eastern Orthodox Identity and “Aggressive Liberalism”: Non-Theological Aspects of the Confrontation
Bridging Voices Project

Eastern Orthodox Identity and “Aggressive Liberalism”: Non-Theological Aspects of the Confrontation

This essay is part of a series stemming from the ongoing research project “Contemporary Eastern Orthodox Identity and the Challenges of Pluralism and Sexual Diversity in a Secular Age,” which is a joint venture by scholars from Fordham University’s Orthodox Christian Studies Center and the University of Exeter, funded by the British Council, Friends of…

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Theology in a “Post-Truth” Landscape
Theology

Theology in a “Post-Truth” Landscape

The last year has seen an overwhelming number of think-pieces and public reflections on the collapse of facts. Indeed, even for the most casually engaged individual, the term “post-truth” has gained an undeniable familiarity within the collective lexicon. We have been reminded with ever-increasing frequency that despite legions of assembled “fact checkers,” the public seems…

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