The paper investigates the question, Who may know the divine touch, and live? with the assistance of Jacques Derrida and Katherine Sonderegger.
The paper explores a Christian understanding of the uses of suffering through a close reading of George Herbert’s poems of affliction, in which the believer undergoes affliction as a form of participation in Christ.
The paper address the Pandemic as a sign of our times, using the lens of Latin American theology.
The paper argues that our view of providence is inseparable from our basic trust in God.