Rosenstock Huessy speaks of the hilarious and creative geniuses of the West, opposing them to (say) Dostoevsky (or a host of other Russian writers one could name).
No one in an Eastern Orthodox Church would have dared to do, for example, this:
altering a mass for the dead in order to make the Bishop commit a liturgical error, just to laugh at them.
Guest post at Gornahoor.
Is Western Culture a "wasteland"? How might the Christian regain their soul, so as to attain to their spirit?