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When Your wedding is Uncertain: Hope for the “Not Yet Married” and Wedding Uncertainties in this Pandemic

It is a few days to our wedding and marriage. But Covid-19 is here. Coronavirus has been a stopper to many things for some weeks now, especially with the lockdown. Jobs, businesses, travels and so on. We still hope to get married and open to whichever way that will happen. However, the government offices that … Continue reading

My Experience with Covid-19
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My Experience with Covid-19

By Dancan Muthomi Several months into the Coronavirus crisis, a great deal has been written. The crisis has shaken individuals and countries, especially with the reports of death and economic destruction.  For the first time in many years, every social stratum has been affected. Whether rich or poor, young or old, Christians, Hindus, Muslims, Buddhists, … Continue reading

The new morality
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The new morality

The agenda of the New Atheists was never simply to promote science and materialism over and against religious belief and super-naturalism (though that was core); it was also the promotion of a new morality: an attempt to show that religion was not only untrue but bad and that atheistic humanism can produce a superior morality … Continue reading

The new truth
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The new truth

Post-modernity was open to any narrative, any ‘truth.’ If you wanted to say there were fairies at the bottom of your garden then that was ‘an interesting folk perspective worthy of narration’ (and worthy of a PhD or two exploring the polyvalence and intertextuality of this tradition). In fact post-modernism was suspicious of science because … Continue reading

Post-post-modernism
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Post-post-modernism

The death of post-modernism has been announced by a number of cultural commentators. In 2006 Alan Kirby wrote an article in Philosophy Now called, ‘The death of postmodernism and beyond.’ Another British writer, Edward Docx, in a 2011 article for Prospect Magazine, ‘Postmodernism is dead,’ noticed that a London museum was putting on a ‘retrospective’ … Continue reading