I have been doing lots of reading in European Philosophy. I’ve discovered that I’m a closeted philosopher and theologian. I’ve also discovered that ethics to me is much more of a political endeavor, always implicating communities. The traces of the individual fall away from my work and I am captured in the impulse of building community. My identity is formed by these engagements, relationships, and potentialities. I am, by far, a person who thinks through actions and arrives at the place of togetherness. I am speculative of most things politics, and especially things that demand confession. I continue to look at experience, but experience that spans the human-world divide. I look to material experiences, and the ways that matter, composite ‘stuff,’ manages to have a relationship to most everything, if not everything. The entanglements that I encounter in my research provide an additional platform for my own thinking in the realm or domain of theology. The philosophical problems of materiality and bodies point directly to the classic Thomist question: Who is God and How do we Know? Is God a body? Does God have a body? These are not simple answers. We might say that God is simple, but what do we mean by this? Is this a Spinozist reference? We might say that God is complex. But, again, what do we mean by this? This is where my thinking is taking me toward identities and the complex nature of bodies, materiality, and knowledge.