Carmody Grey

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  1. True intelligence is only accidentally bookish, and not even mostly ‘intellectual’
  2. Theology is in a perpetual and necessary state of crisis over what it is and does
  3. Should ‘the people’ be able to have what they want?
  4. My admiration for Buddhism does not contradict my Christian faith
  5. Christianity is, at heart, a practice of constant indignation
  6. For the Christian, food is never just fuel, and cooking is not mere necessity
  7. As I put the question to God, I remember this whole way of thinking rests on a lie
  8. Capitalism has made it hard for it to sink in. We are members of the same body
  9. We cannot rely on ‘gut feeling’ for what is right to keep a society from going off the rails
  10. The very pointlessness of my research has revealed to me the value of the liberal arts
  11. At every turn, Jesus does and says things that should shake us to our roots
  12. The use of online media has definitely affected my ability to read well
  13. Being near farms, one can’t help feeling that one is in touch with something ‘real’
  14. I wonder how many Sarah Smiths I know, but have not noticed
  15. We should remember that it is virtue that makes our human world what it is
  16. The habit of relentless activity is hard to break, not least because there is a credibility issue
  17. Mindfulness is being elevated into a form of secular salvation
  18. My experience of disability has permanently changed my relationship to others
  19. We have cut off the branch of the tree on which our moral claims once sat

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