Let’s Get Secular Straight

[Secular1, or Secular as Temporal] In classical or medieval accounts, the “secular” amounted to something like “the temporal” — the realm of “earthly” politics or of “mundane” vocations. This is the “secular” of the purported sacred/ secular divide. The priest, for instance, pursues a “sacred” vocation, while the butcher, baker, and candlestick maker are engagedContinue reading “Let’s Get Secular Straight”