Saturday, September 29, 2007

Pullman & Paganism

I am appreciative of the journal Catholic Culture for providing a doubly fine opportunity: the first is Cynthia Grenier's essay analysis of atheist-children's writer Philip Pullman here; the second is a fascinating exploration of the work of Jewish theologian, Franz Rosenzweig, who argued persuasively that the key component of paganism is not polytheism but the inescapable fact that paganism never originates with God revealing Himself to His people out of love. That essay by Jeff Mirus is entitled, Islam and Paganism.

Pullman and paganism -- a good "two-fur" deal!

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