My Postmodern Catholicism

I’ve begun a series at Vox Nova about the postmodern quality of my religious faith.  If you scratch your head at my attempt to embrace both postmodern philosophy and orthodox Roman Catholicism, this series may interest you.  Or it have you pulling your hair out.

Kyle Cupp

Kyle Cupp is a freelance writer who blogs about culture, philosophy, politics, postmodernism, and religion. He is a contributor to the group Catholic blog Vox Nova. Kyle lives with his wife, son, and daughter in North Texas. Follow him on Facebook and Twitter.

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  1. Kelly says:

    I wish that I could talk about this more intelligently, but I just don’t know enough philosophy or history. I’ve told my husband John to come read your posts since he’s got the philosophy degree 😉 Anyway, the best that I can say is that the Orthodox Church has solved these sort of problems…long ago. Situation and culture are a big deal; it’s part of the Church’s pastrol care. And I couldn’t agree more with what you said about the 4 Gospels. However, the Orthodox Church maintains that it is, “the house of God… the pillar and ground of the truth.” The lives of the Saints, the common experience of the Eucharistic community, and Ecumenical Councils have all illumined the way to the only Truth that exists: God – the Holy Trinity. I appreciate your Catholic faith; I’m not recommending you jump ship, but I think you would find Orthodoxy extremely interesting.