Benjamin Mann

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Benjamin Mann is a Byzantine Catholic, former atheist, and incurable philosopher, with experience in journalism, speechwriting, and monasticism. He published a short autobiographical book, “Shouting Through the Water,” in 2014 (available as a free download at http://tiny.cc/sttwbook), and is preparing a sequel reflecting on his post-monastic life. His current interests center on the integration of psychology and meditation within a traditional Christian framework

Two Big Myths About Relativism

Do Your Beliefs Cause Unbelief?

Understanding the “Eclipse of God”

Jesus Wants More Than “Fans”

Beyond Countercultural Catholicism

Faith, Fear, and OCD

Shocked by the Baptism of the Lord

The End of “Christianism”?

The Church and the Culture Warrior

Discipleship In a Consumer World

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