REVIEW: Samuel Beckett’s ‘Philosophy Notes’

Book: Samuel Beckett’s ‘Philosophy Notes’ edited by Steven Matthews and Matthew Feldman Publisher: Oxford University Press, 2020. Overview: This volume contains Becket’s most extensive previously unpublished writings: his philosophy notes from the 1930s. The editorial work that went into the text is impressive, as […]

Jürgen Moltmann’s Letter

I was honored to receive a letter today from one of my theological heroes, the great German theologian of hope herr professor Jürgen Moltmann. I wrote professor Moltmann in February and had almost given up “hope” that I’d ever hear a response. This […]

The Desk – Short Story #21

The desk was brown and lightly enlightened from a light which hung above it, with its wire exposed above and no lampshade to dim its brilliance. The room was musty and smelled accordingly. On the desk there were many items including a […]

Path to Lethe – Short Story #8

With exception to the moon, it was dark. Walking among the giants they in silence wept. Where they were going no one knew. But there we’re going. That counts for something. Doesn’t it? I don’t know. They didn’t know, either. They […]

It Was – Short Story #6

He sat on the bench. It was a day of fairness. It was a day of foulness. He sat on the bench. Watching, alone, as the individuals strolled by. Strolling, they ignored him entirely. Entirely ignoring him, they were interesting […]