It Is My Fault

Over the last twenty years, it has become fashionable for young men to blame all the problems of the world on “the church,” by which I mean saying things like “Poverty and racism wouldn’t be a problem if the church would just be the church” with an authoritative, I-know-what-the-word-“liturgy”-means kind of tone.

My latest for CiRCE is about blaming the church, why it’s a terrible idea, and why it is better to blame yourself instead.

Published by Joshua Gibbs

Sophist. De-activist. Avid indoorsman.

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