Erik Davis

Erik Davis has written for Wired, the Village Voice, Rolling Stone, and Gnosis. With a degree in English from Yale University, David is currently pursuing a PhD in Religious studies at Rice University. He is the author of Techgnosis: Myth, Magic, and Mysticism in the Age of Information.


Volume 38

Guests on Volume 38: Craig Gay, on how modern culture encourages atheism; Alvin Kernan, on why the academy can't afford to be too democratic; Erik Davis, on myth, magic, and mysticism in the age of information; Marva Dawn, on teaching children about being the Church; Wendy Shalit, on the lost virtue of female modesty; Marva Dawn, on sexual education and the Church's children; Leon Podles, on why men are often alienated from Christianity; and Dan Blazer, on the incomplete conversation between psychiatry and Christianity.