Poets may have more to say to us today than theologians and economists. The poet can offer an
imaginative way of engaging the issues of our time, a way that speaks to the whole person.
“There is no revolution without poets who are seers. There is no revolution without prophetic
songs,” offered Thomas Merton. We might ask, then, what contemporary voices can assist
people of faith who pursue a vision that transcends the economic and technological mythologies
of our culture?
Jon Brooks is one of those…