An Unexpected Journal: Leisure
In a fast-paced society that prizes utilitarian productivity, leisure and play can be difficult to enjoy without guilt. Rather than resist this cultural tide, the church often inadvertently baptizes such workaholism, spiritualizes the idolatry of productivity, and participates in the functional desecration of the physical creation that God declared “good”. But leisure is not only fun; it is essential for our spiritual health.
This issue of An Unexpected Journal explores the theological and philosophical foundations for the sacredness of play, along with lighter reflections on how various sports, hobbies, and leisure activities reveal the goodness and character of God.
Fall 2023; Volume 6, Issue 3.
Illustrator: Virginia de la Lastra
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