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  • ISSN: 0360-9669 (Print), 2050-8557 (Online)
  • Editors: Elena G. Procario-Foley Iona College, USA , Gerald J. Beyer Villanova University, USA , Christopher Denny St John’s University, USA , Mary Kate Birge, SSJ Mount St. Mary’s University, USA and John Sheveland Gonzaga University, USA
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Horizons publishes award-winning peer-reviewed articles, roundtables, and book reviews across a wide range of topics in theology and religious studies. While rooted in a commitment to the long and deep Catholic tradition of "faith seeking understanding," that commitment also welcomes all original scholarship in theology and religious studies that contributes to its basic constructive focus. It is unique in content with its ecumenical view, layperson editorial staff, wide range of methods and topics, and insightful analysis of belief interacting with culture. Horizons, though based in the USA, publishes work by national and international college and university professors with both active research profiles and teaching experience. One does not have to be a member of the College Theology Society to submit to the journal.

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  • The “Lonely Game”: Baseball, Kierkegaard, and the Spiritual Life
  • 12 June 2020, Christopher B. Barnett
  • Until 15th July read Christopher B. Barnett’s full article “The “Lonely Game”: Baseball, Kierkegaard, and the Spiritual Life” from Horizons, In August 2010, David Bentley Hart published a short essay entitled “The Perfect Game: The Metaphysical Meaning of Baseball.”[1] Known for weighty tomes such as The Beauty of the Infinite (2003) and Atheist Delusions (2010), Hart seemed an unlikely candidate to analyze a sport often referred to as a “pastime.” What is most memorable about the essay is Hart’s claim that baseball is “the very Platonic ideal of organized sport,” indeed, that it is “‘the moving image of eternity’ in athleticis.” Hart claimed that baseball would one day be remembered as America’s greatest contribution to human civilization—an “invention” and, indeed, a “discovery” of the “traces of eternity’s radiance in fugitive splendors” on Earth.…...