FYI: work that might interest the group

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Ernst van den Hemel
FYI: work that might interest the group

Hello all,

I figured it might be nice to create a space where we can mention work by ourselves or by others that might be interesting for our project! So, feel free to drop some links or documents here!





Ernst van den Hemel
Immanent Frame: The Kingdom that No Longer Says Whatever

In that light, here's an article that I wrote for the weblog 'The Immanent Frame' on the basis of Brad S. Gregory's The Unintended Reformation. For those present at the introductory workshop you might recognize some of the thoughts.


As the article is part of the ongoing project  of making sense of secularism and the New Right in Europe, any reaction is welcome!

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