This blog represents an exploration of ideas and issues related to what it means to be a disciple of Jesus in the 21st century Western context of religious pluralism, post-Christendom, and late modernity. Blog posts reflect a practical theology and Christian spirituality that results from the nexus of theology in dialogue with culture.
Friday, October 12, 2007
I'm Off to Salem: Excited About Witch City
Tomorrow morning I leave well before dawn for a trip that combines research "business" with pleasure. I am flying to Salem, MA, sometimes called "Witch City," to accomplish several things. First, I will be visiting with my friend Phil Wyman who is engaged in some very interesting interactions with local Neo-Pagans. See Phil's post on this here. Second, I am looking forward to taking in various aspects of this historic city, including some research on the witch hunts and trials, meeting with local Neo-Pagans and Witches, and enjoying the tourism associated with the Halloween season. I return next Wednesday afternoon and then prepare for the National Student Dialogue Conference in Salt Lake City so I will not be posting on my blogs until after this time.
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Thanks for speaking tonight. Good stuff.
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