Jason Ānanda Josephson Storm responds to Christian assessments of metamodernism.
If metamodernism comes after postmodernism… what then?
An original translation of a fifth century Latin hymn.
Bruce McCormack’s proposals ultimately do not make sense of biblical ways of talking about Christ.
Is the proposal of “metamodernism” as novel as it seems?
How the neglected Spanish Reformation charted a fourth way between Wittenburg, Geneva, and Canterbury.
An admirable book, hampered by unfriendly times.
A Few Thoughts on Jason Josephson Storm’s Metamodernism: The Life and Death of the Christian Use of “Worldview”
Christians fixated on “worldview” would do well to use metamodernism’s tools to find a better way.
Do the earliest days of church history offer pushback to a defense of “Christian nationalism”?
To the surprise of many, Kierkegaard wrote (and preached) about the sacraments often.