Category: Anthropology

quotations on wealth – Intelligent views on money from Jesus, Jeff Buckley, The Beatles, Plato, Dante Alighieri, Boethius, Aristotle, & Lucan

“Do not store up for yourselves treasures on earth, where moth and rust destroy, and where thieves break in and steal. But store up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where moth and rust do not destroy, and where thieves do...

/ May 25, 2006

Spiritual Disciplines – Part 2

My wife, Malea, is an excellent writer and thinker. She has spent much time contemplating and practicing the disciplines and here is what she thinks about them: Spiritual Disciplines: Described and Explained Spiritual Disciplines aid us in becoming more like...

/ July 19, 2005

Hart on the Soul

Eastern Orthodox theologian David Hart on the Christian view of the soul: This is not to deny that, for Christian tradition, the soul transcends and survives the earthly life of the body. It is only to say that the soul,...

/ April 5, 2005

Interesting Reading for the Weekend

I know it’s Easter today and I have a ton of Easter thoughts. However, as I was perusing the blogs tonight I found some very interesting reading. For instance, check out Hewitt’s recent work on the Schiavo case (particularly here...

/ March 26, 2005

What we Believe but cannot Prove

I found it from my brother, but only because I checked his site before A&L Daily. The Edge has released answers by predominantly scientific thinkers to their question, “What do you believe is true even though you cannot prove it.”...

/ January 4, 2005

The Body and Christianity: A Reply to A Reader

Jim, As always, good thoughts and questions. “Mr. Chesterton, in all fairness to your students, Paul’s words on the subject (especially 1 Corinthians 15) aren’t perfectly clear.” I realize Paul isn’t perfectly clear. The historical Christian tradition, however, is. Out...

/ October 23, 2004