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 reflects on the virtue of silence, which can become somewhat lost in the world of online communications.
Dr Matthew Tan reflects on why the Dogma of the Immaculate Conception does not detract from, but rather reaffirms the saving power of God.
Dr Matthew Tan reflects on why we can’t limit God or Christianity to the confines of human philosophy: Christianity is steeped in paradox.
Dr Matthew Tan reflects on the post-modern underpinnings of body modification, and the theological and cultural problems that arise.
Dr Matthew Tan reflects on the significance of the Sunday observance in the Christian life.
What do coffee beans have to do with the witness of the saints? Dr Matthew Tan reflects…
In this edition of The Divine Wedgie, Dr Matthew Tan reflects on our tendency to sometimes think that God is concerned for us in a ‘universal’ sense, rather than a particular one.
In this edition of The Divine Wedgie, Dr Matthew Tan looks at the practice of reciting the Night Office, and how our sleeping hours are not exempt from the call to discipleship.