Reflections on the Church’s engagement with politics and culture by Dr. Matthew Tan, lecturer in Theology and Philosophy at Campion College.
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Dr Matthew Tan draws on a sermon from Pope St Leo the Great to explain why the Resurrection of Christ is not the end point of salvation history.
What is an anthropocentric conception of the purpose of salvation? Why does it fall short? Dr Matthew Tan explores the cosmic view of salvation…
Dr Matthew Tan draws from Henri de Lubac and C.S. Lewis’ Screwtape Letters to reflect on how multiplicity sabotages our relationships.
Photoshop and domination in the digital age: Dr Matthew Tan reflects on the link between our modern day manipulation of graphics and St Augustine’s City of God.
What could Christians possibly learn from a popular marxist philosopher? Dr Matthew Tan reflects on some interesting points made by the ‘Elvis’ of philosophy, Slavoj Zizek.
Dr Matthew Tan provides Chesterton’s response to the idea that Western culture is returning to paganism.
Reflecting on the book Torture and Eucharist by William Cavanaugh and an essay written by George Orwell, Dr Matthew Tan explores how ecclesial language and practice are often taken up by the state.
At the Theology and Communications Conference 2014 at the University of Santa Clara, California, Dr Matthew Tan presents this paper entitled Faith in the Church of Facebook: the Riddle of Space and Time.