At its heart, Christian living is not a collection of obligations and standards, but rather a daily experience with God. Such an encounter presupposes a dramatic bridging of time and eternity, in which a creature endowed with finite and temporal… Read More ›
Aquinas and other Scholastic philosophers frequently make use of the principle ‘agere sequitur esse’ (Latin for “action follows being” ), which means “action follows being.” The underlying concept is that what a thing does must necessarily reflect what it is… Read More ›
Change is inevitable, and there are many examples all around us. A cup of coffee becomes colder, and a leaf falls from the tree outside a window. As the rain continues, the puddle gets bigger. When we smack a fly,… Read More ›
It’s pointless to try to categorize Nietzsche’s ideas into standard philosophical categories like idealism or materialism, rationality or irrationalism. He is sometimes lumped in with the group of philosophers known as “existentialists.” This is an arbitrary and, in some ways,… Read More ›
A person’s worldview has an impact on how they live and interpret their experiences, whether or not they are consciously aware of this
It is what man will be bound to recognize when he looks at the Truth of the Idea of God, namely the Truth of God as being God’s, independent but not inclusive of the thinking of the person, and the Truth of the working in man by God as an integrative strength, but not in him, which he is working in, as the necessity of a process of spiritual integration.