Kenogaia: What Did My Family Think (and Does Modernity Need an Antidote of Gnosticism)?

My family and I read the last pages of David Bentley Hart’s novel Kenogaia out loud together the day after Super Bowl LVI when the Rams won over the Bengals. It was Valentine's Day 2022. We started 420 pages earlier during the Nativity Fast in December 2021. This fantasy novel by David Bentley Hart is … Continue reading Kenogaia: What Did My Family Think (and Does Modernity Need an Antidote of Gnosticism)?

A Luminous Adventure: David Bentley Hart’s Kenogaia

Author note: we are grateful for this post by guest blogger Aaron Jordan. He is a full-time music educator, a part-time choral conductor, a some-time film composer, and a voracious reader, especially of theology, spirituality, and poetry. He lives with his wife and two boys in eastern Nebraska. I know next to nothing about Gnosticism, … Continue reading A Luminous Adventure: David Bentley Hart’s Kenogaia

Initial Thoughts on Kenogaia (Contains Spoilers)

Author note: we are grateful for this post by guest blogger Vedant Joshi. Born and raised in London with an Indian descent, Vedant has been exposed to various cultures and religious traditions his entire life. Accordingly, his main interests include world literature and comparative religion which he likes to dive into in his spare time … Continue reading Initial Thoughts on Kenogaia (Contains Spoilers)