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Not Fearing the Devil

Adam Kotsko offers a socio-political variation on the Christus Victor atonement theory in his 2010 study, The Politics of Redemption: The Social Logic of Salvation. He does this by explaining “the devil” in terms of the Hegelian concept of “objective spirit,” Geist.

As Kotsko puts it, Geist “refers to a kind of deposit of cultural norms and practices that a given subject finds already existing independent of any particular person – to put it differently, social life somehow seems to have… Read More

The Meaning of Sacrifice

Two factors keep Nahtali Meshel from discussing the meaning of sacrifice until late in his The “Grammar” of Sacrifice. The first has to do with the texts he draws from: “P says little about the meaning of its rituals” (174). The other has to do with the grammatical theory with which he operates: “we have endeavored to avoid the issue of meaning as much as possible, instead centering primarily on the formal aspects. . . . This avoidance is in… Read More

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