I was galavanting (is that how you spell it?) around the archives of various blogs I visit when i came across this great sermon from Fr. WB at Whitehall. Check out this little gem–but you really should read the whole thing:


As many of you know, Jacques Derrida was a French intellectual famous for inventing or discovering Deconstruction, a technique by which literally everything is called into question and turned on its head. During the evening of Friday, October the 8th 2004, in a move of uncharacteristic certitude and clarity, Derrida died. A friend of mine broke the news to me in an email the following day, concluding “I suppose if he died in Christ, even his death can be called into question.”

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