Moltmann – Eucharist: the Sacrament of Remembered Hope.

The following quote is powerful enough to start a true revolution. In the Lord’s Supper, the eucharist, what history and life ‘between the times’ means for Christians is experienced in an examplary and definitive way. It is the sign of remembrance of Christ’s suffering and death ‘for many’, a remembrance which makes present, and as […]

Being Consumed – Short Book Review

    Being Consumed: Economics and Christian Desire By William T. Cavanaugh Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 2008   Being Consumed: Economics and Christian Desire is the latest book of Catholic theologian William Cavanaugh; a professor of Theology at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota. He is also the author of Torture and […]