Archive for the ‘Retros’ Category
Historical retrospectives of NYC religions
Williamsburg became the place to go if you wanted to kill someone. Part 19 of A Journey through Williamsburg-Greenpoint religions.
Since at least the 19th Century, golems have lived in the streets and minds of New York City.
Journey Retros hope to find religious innovations buried in NYC’s past that can be recycled. We practice “history that you can use.”
Jacob Riis brought a new way of doing journalism and photography in order to realize certain religious values.
Creativity rarely flows out of an act of complete originality.It is usually the clash of two value systems or traditions, which, in collision, create a transcendent third thing.
Journey Retrospectives show how the great questions of life have always been central to New York City.
You may have wondered about a new entry in our table of contents.
Bulldozers uprooted congregations, 5000+ people. A Journey Retro. Part 15 of A Journey through Williamsburg-Greenpoint religions.
The rise of the “Los Sures” churches. Part 13 of A Journey through Williamsburg-Greenpoint religions.
Sunday school missionaries were the church planters & community developers of the 19th Century. Part 11 of A Journey through Williamsburg-Greenpoint religions.