Where does a class analysis reside in a system of belief that relies on faith? In an interview with Terry Eagleton over at Immanent Frame, the question of radical politics and a Christian ethic raises its head once too often. Is there a necessary disjunction? Why are they such awkward companions? I was also at … More Class politics and ‘the Church’
If you are reading this from Facebook, click on View Original Post. In a veiled defence of the Yes campaign, David Quinn writes in the Irish Independent that “religious believers” can be unified behind a Yes vote if our political masters merely rally around a few core issues. He sets out a few examples where … More Lisbon and religion
Given today’s earlier posting and the general fustiness of recent other posts here and elsewhere, I am considering starting a new blog called the Daily Male. Anyone wanna co-author it?