Book review: The Three Escapes of Hannah Arendt: A Tyranny of Truth — Patrick T. Reardon

Ken Krimstein’s 2018 graphic biography of Jewish-German-French-American philosopher and political theorist Hannah Arendt is titled The Three Escapes of Hannah Arendt: A Tyranny of Truth. The cover with its three cartoon-character images of Arendt as a child, as a young woman and as an older woman signals that here is a book that doesn’t take…

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Overcoming the Impediments: “bayoneting the wounded in the processes.”

As you may have surmised from my musings, they are about missional operational strategy, discipleship, technology and most importantly about change.  Change is about education. There is no change unless there is a learning process and we must remember if we do not learn, we do not change, and we will not grow as an organization […]

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Present and Future technology, cybersecurity, ​and concerns: The framework for success.

This musing post will be a tad more technical than past musing, so bear with me. We have been discussing technologies of the fourth and fifth industrial evolutions, and the tools that support reinventing your mission and church in the new world of Web 3.0. There are two critical concerns about the new technological developments […]

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