Harry Potter and the Christian Critics

From Web Exclusives

A curious teapot tempest of the sort one only finds in the hothouse of Extremely Earnest Conservative Christianity has been going on for several years, ever since the release of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone and the subsequent popularity of the Potter phenomenon. Various concerns . . . . Continue Reading »

For Duns Scotus

From the June/July 1993 Print Edition

Under the dome-sky oneness translucent and unincarnate as thought, blank as unburnt light, the hope of thisness chokes in nebulae of beetles, sand grains, hydrogen atoms.Gnosis blurs, pits the achilded One against the unfathered Many. Asks, ‘‘Who could hear each song in the All . . . . Continue Reading »