Ignore the chanting. And the dumb title.
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5 of 5 stars. The book was repetitive, but Church teaching is just that. The whole Tradition thing. No problem there. It appears I am the only person on GoodReads to ever have read the book. Funny. Slightly boring and academic, but let’s get into the meat… This review will actually probably be the most…Details
With a few good friends every other Wednesday, I spend some time at night in reflection about a previously-assigned piece of philosophy or knowledge-consideration. Though the blog won’t involve any of the group discussion, the materials are fantastic and simply must be shared. I will think of a clever title later. For now, here is…Details
My own unsolicited grey matter-ings on Laudato Si… Before I really get into it, my preconceptions are really torn on these issues – but each of our personal biases are obviously important to how we understand the document. I mean to be upfront about mine, because first principles need to be understood to get at…Details
Absolutely, this: Isaiah’s Job by Albert Jay Nock One evening last autumn, I sat long hours with a European acquaintance while he expounded a political-economic doctrine which seemed sound as a nut and in which I could find no defect. At the end, he said with great earnestness: “I have a mission to the masses.…Details