Barry Casey

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Barry Casey taught religion, philosophy, ethics, and communications for 37 years at universities in Maryland and Washington, DC. He is now retired and writing in Burtonsville, Maryland. More of the author’s writing can be found on his blog, Dante’s Woods. Email him at [email protected]His first book, Wandering, Not Lost: Essays on Faith, Doubt, and Mystery, is now available.

  • 05/08/2018

    “There is no clean intellectual coherence, no abstract ultimate meaning to be found, and if this is not recognized, then the compulsion to find such certainty becomes its own punishment. This...

  • 05/01/2018

    “It’s an old storybut one that can still be told.”—The Epic of Gilgamesh It’s important to pay attention to the history of the question of evil. Seeing how our understanding of evil has changed...

  • 04/24/2018

    “But a thinker who has no desire to think cannot think . . . And one who desires but cannot imagine what it is he wants is not getting very far with his desire, which, if it were real, would...

  • 04/17/2018

    When I was teaching a world religions class from semester to semester I would sometimes ask my students a question: Are God and Allah the same entity? It was a complex question, but it would...

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