It was just about 1 year ago that I launched the "God and the Philosophers" newsletter. It was very much a pandemic project. My usually busy travel schedule ground to a halt, and finding myself at home looking for an outlet, the newsletter seemed like one way to continue the sort of work that energizes me as a writer and speaker: "translating" philosophy for wider audiences. I've very much enjoyed both the exercise and your notes in response.
Generating two newsletters per month seemed feasible during "pandemic time." But now that travel has ramped up again (it feels like all of 2020 has been rescheduled for October & November 2021!), I know that I am not keeping up my end of the bargain, and so I have suspended this as a "premium" (i.e., paid) newsletter. You will no longer be charged $5/month. However, you will remain as a free subscriber and I'll treat this newsletter as a platform for a more "occasional" schedule--that is, when I'm able, when I want to get something off my chest, when I'm energized by a philosophical text, etc.
I'm grateful for your support over the past year and hope this will still be an occasion for us to interact around things that matter.
P.S. As a consolation prize for now, let me recommend this marvelous article on the resurgence of Hegel in Anglophone philosophy.