May 26, 2004

Maybe there's something

The Death of God theology appears to me waiting - for judgement, waiting to see if it was greater than the sins of its time. It is a movement purgatoried, wandering the wasteland of forgotten answers to pay for all its 70s sins and colors.

Waiting, it hopes, to be shaken out and shaken free, purified of it's drive to be new rather than relevant, cleaned of its flippancy and gleeful destructions and rejoined with the broken-hearted considerations of its fathers Tolstoy, Dostoyevsky and Bonehoeffer.