Announcing New Blog: Divine Economy

Contemporary spiritual experience, understanding and practice are distinguishable, but not separable, from capitalism, not because Islam, or Judaism, or Christianity, or any other specific religious tradition has explicitly authorized capitalism, but because capital mediates our practices, thoughts, and experience of our world. Divine Economy is an occasional critical reflection on the intimate relationship between capitalism and contemporary spirituality that seeks first to expose and then to interrogate the lineaments out of which this relationship is composed to the end that both individually and collectively we might recover experiences, understandings, and enactments of our different spiritualities that point beyond their current, contemporary, complicity in the reproduction of capitalist forms of domination. Should you wish to be alerted about installments to this critical reflection, please feel free to respond to this blog or email me at

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