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Thinking about christian education like a Wolterstorff

One of the most compelling philosophies of Christian Education I’ve found is that of Nicolas Wolterstorff’s. Wolterstorff is an American philosopher whose faith was cultivated within the Dutch Reformed tradition and whose views on faith on politics have been deeply influenced by… 801 more words


Torso of an Archaic Apollo

Male torso, C. 480-470 BC.. Broken in antiquity, the piece was repaired in the second century BC and used to decorate a Roman theater at Miletus, where it was discovered. 345 more words


Fr. 621

If we can come to any accommodation between our underlying individuality and Stout’s critique of inner movement, the path forward lies in the precise understanding of “underlying” at issue. 862 more words


Fr. 620

Although Stout does not typically say much forthright in the way of exposition of self, tantalizing clues lie scattered throughout his work, of which the most telling are frequently negative or critical in intent. 692 more words


Why Is Virtue Ethics More Than A Normative Theory?

In the course of the paper, I would like to contemplate ethical theories regarding their commonalities and differences in order to search for the sake of goodness and I will claim that one among others, namely virtue ethics, is more favourable in my view. 3,864 more words


Sunday Quotes: The Question

“I can only answer the question ‘What am I to do?’ if I can answer the prior question ‘Of what story or stories do I find myself a part?'”

Alasdair MacIntyre; After Virtue