Hello, I'm Matt!
Matthew William Brake is a dual masters student in Interdisciplinary Studies and Philosophy at George Mason University. He also has a Master of Divinity from Regent University. He has published numerous articles in the series Kierkegaard Research: Sources, Reception, Resources. He is a contributor for Noetic (www.noetic-series.com). He has chapters in Deadpool and Philosophy, Wonder Woman and Philosophy, and Mr. Robot and Philosophy.
About the Blog...
The goal of the blog is to teach Theology, Religious Studies, and Philosophy of Religion by engaging with different pop culture “artifacts” (TV shows, movies, music, etc.). People from all backgrounds and traditions are welcome: conservative and progressive, believing and skeptical, theoretician and practitioner. The emphasis of this site is on theological ideas and themes from particular thinkers, not simply any particular sacred text itself. While grounded in a sacred text, we are looking for theological thought that has been fleshed out through the theological process, one that often combines elements of sacred text, tradition, reason, and experience.
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