Read more "Philosophy is contemplation — EQUINOX"
According to the tradition, Pythagoras went to Philume, a town in the northwest of Peloponnese, to talk to Leon, the ruler of the town. Admiring his intelligence and eloquence, Leon asked him what science he particulary preffered. Pythagoras replied that he had no particular science, but he was a philosopher. Surprised by the novelty of […]
Read more "Contemplation on a Spring Morn — Charmed Chaos"
A man and his dog, hearts fierce and strong sit in contemplation on a gorgeous morn while shadows play across each face as they enjoy this magnificent day The dog content to be by his side, the man grateful for all in his lifeWeathered hands that can createbeautiful works of art, and yet caressmy tender […]
Read more "A New PhD Dissertation on Secret Mark — The Jesus Memoirs"
A few blog posts have noted that Timo Paananen has submitted his doctoral dissertation on the fragments of the so-called “Secret Gospel of Mark” in the letter to Theodore ascribed to Clement of Alexandria. I have quickly skimmed through the introduction of what looks like an interesting thesis. When I have time, I will have […]
Read more "Naomi Klein’s eco-feminist view of Pope Francis’ Vatican — Desni linkovi"
(source) July 17, 2015 (LifeSiteNews) — “A Radical Vatican?” is the attention-getting title of a revealing article published in The New Yorker on July 10, by a self-described “secular Jewish feminist” whom the Vatican unexpectedly hosted at a July 2-3 conference on the papal encyclical Laudato Si’. Naomi Klein’s 2007 book “The Shock Doctrine: The […]
Read more "The Public Theology and Racial Justice Collaborative Summer Institute was the self-care I didn’t know I needed. — Dr. Carjie Scott"
by Carjamin Scott on May 26, 2019 at 10:05 p.m. CST Last week, I attended The Public Theology and Racial Justice Collaborative Summer Institute at Vanderbilt Divinity School. I did not know what to expect. Admittedly, I assumed it would include, academic talking heads, speaking a language that would require me to keep a dictionary app […]
Read more "Peace the World does not Give — Mike Angell"
Jesus wants to focus his followers longing. He wants to give them peace, but for their sake, for honesty’s sake, he must redefine the term. He must re-orient them, give them new direction. Jesus does not give peace as the world gives peace.
Read more "Funerals and Flowers — All Things Religious"
Every morning my dog and I walk through my backyard, across the neighbor’s yard, into the church parking lot, and then through the cemetery, to get to a quiet development where we encounter very few vehicles or people in the stillness of the early morning. He needs the walk. I need it. It’s peaceful. And […]