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Daily Archives: July 24, 2018
Triablogue: Countdown to judgment
Originally posted on northierthanthou:
Libertarians on the Prairie Back in college, I remember a few of my professors speaking ironically about the image of Little House on the Prairie. That the story didn’t exactly match the realities of western expansion…
Originally posted on Eclectic Orthodoxy:
Back when I was in seminary, I was introduced to what was then called the ministry of inner healing or the healing of memories. Numerous books were written on the subject, notably by Agnes Sanford,…
Originally posted on Bishop's Encyclopedia of Religion, Society and Philosophy:
Teleological ethics (also known as Consequentialism) comes from the Greek word “telos” which means goal. It argues that the moral rightness of an action is determined by the maximization…
Originally posted on Bob on Books:
Consent on Campus: A Manifesto, Donna Freitas. New York: Oxford University Press, (forthcoming, August 1) 2018. Summary: An argument that current approaches to consent education as an approach to combating sexual assault on campus are…
“Maimonides’ theological principles were never unanimously embraced.”
Russell Kirk. The Conservative Mind. BN Publishing, 2008. See here to purchase the book. Russell Kirk was a twentieth century conservative thinker. The Conservative Mind was originally published in 1953. In this book, Kirk profiles conservative thought in Britain and … Continue reading