To be alive: not just the carcass
But the spark.
That’s crudely put, but…
If we’re not supposed to dance,
Why all this music? – Gregory Orr
The Divine Latitude alludes to the disposition of “latitudinarianism,” a sensible, pragmatic theological position. I’m an Anglo-Catholic slacker: trinitarian, universalist, and pragmatic. The world is driven and maintained by rituals and liturgy. I’m an Alinskyite, institutionalist, realist. Original sin isn’t oppressive. It’s liberation.
I authored The Body of Christ in a Market Economy. It entangles regulation theory, transaction cost economics, mimetic theory, and soteriology. In short: rivalry is an expense. Prepare to spend, or find Jesus. Ask your library to purchase a copy!
I serve as a small church pastor. I support other institutions such as Planned Parenthood, the IAF, and Meals on Wheels. I #standwithpp.
I drink Oban, Nolets, and smoke the occasional Bolivar, when available.
What makes me angry: the war on drugs, the prison-industrial complex, tax-payer subsidized stadiums, dissing teachers, post-prohibition American Style lagers, and low fat yogurt.
Ulysses S. Grant was an underrated president. #blacklivesmatter
Chop wood, carry water. Ora et labora.