Read more "Why having a philosopher in the office is good for business – Big Think — maylynno"
As the title says it clearly, let’s make some millions by hiring a philosopher in the office! A smart way to take advantages of philosophy/philosopher in consultancy and business. Starting with the Greek philosopher and mathematician Thales who bet on olive business and won a fortune, to the French philosopher Voltaire who won the lottery, […]
Read more "Business Philosophy: The Organizational Consciousness and A Conscious Enterprise! — Vikram Roy’s Blog"
The meaningful organizational consciousness presents a collective consciousness of a set of organized people and their development and vision to shape a successful conscious enterprise. It proposes an integrative hierarchical framework of three levels of organizational consciousness: material, social and spiritual. Material is about making the organization financially and economically strong. It is an integral […]
Read more "The Western World as a Mission Field — The Inquiring Mind"
As Western culture moves from the era of modernism to post-modernism, the effects upon the church and the ministry of the church become increasingly apparent. The church must deal with the remnants of modernism which continually influences Western culture and it must also begin to engage a new post-modern mentality, which appears at first glance […]
Read more "Review of “The Emergence of Sin” by Matthew Croasmun —"
SIN is a person, a being, an entity exercising tyrannical dominion over all human persons since the dawn of humanity’s emergence. This is the pro- vocative claim that Matthew Croasmun, Associate Research Scholar, Director of the Life Worth Living Program at the Yale Centre for Faith and Culture, and Lecturer of Divinity and Humanities […]
Read more "A Personal Encounter — Breaking In The Habit"
The following is my homily for the 28th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C. The readings can be found here. Growing up, I never doubted the existence of God; there was something inside of me that accepted that God was real, that Jesus performed miracles and whatnot, and so I always said my prayers, went to […]
Read more "The Greatest Prayer by John Dominic Crossan — bookconscious"
I had heard of John Dominic Crossan before, but first really dug into his ideas in Karen Armstrong’s St. Paul: the Apostle We Love to Hate. I was intrigued enough that when I saw his book The Greatest Prayer: Rediscovering the Revolutionary Message of the Lord’s Prayer at a used/remaindered bookstore in Portsmouth a few weeks ago […]
Read more "The Twilight Post — Christian Renaissance Movement"
Eamonn Clark Today I read a few interesting things. One was a passage from Peter Kreeft’s book on C. S. Lewis and the third millennium. Another was from Fr. Bede Jarrett’s classic biography of St. Dominic, whose feast is today – now in its last hours. The former spoke about the inability of people today […]