All posts by Mitch Gould

Dove flying in Lisbon, Portugal

Father Taylor, the Sailor’s Apostle

Note: Numbers in brackets refer to pages in Father Taylor, the Sailor Preacher by Gilbert Haven and Thomas Russell (San Francisco: BB Russell, 1872) When you hear the tone, the year will be 1854, and the place, Boston. In Albany, NY, Elizabeth Cady Stanton (the

Dove flying in Lisbon, Portugal

A Lambda Theology: Cabin Fever

Having stripped ourselves of the sacred texts of Sappho, Plato, Rumi, Dickenson, and countless others, in our eagerness to find a seat near (but not at) the Eucharistic table, I don’t want to find us the victim of a malady that I call “Cabin Fever

Floating man

Toward a Lambda Theology

Leaves of Grass was published on July 4, 1855. In other words, the year 2005 will mark the passage of precisely one century and a half since the roofs — not to mention the church steeples — of the world were first shaken by a