Monthly Archives: August 2015

Friday Roundup

The certainty of uncertainty…or, mystery is okay… A good start, but so much more needs to be done… I will ask the same question again: Have modernity and naturalism provided the philosophical foundation for the present ecological and economic crisis? … Continue reading

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How Do We Know What We Know?

Most “normal” people, people who have actual lives, have probably tuned out at this point if they’ve been following at all the comment thread in my last post about love and mystery.  The saga continues here.  I’m sure from the … Continue reading

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Friday Roundup

Seeing “through the eyes of the outcast rather than the conqueror” Atheism on trial? “However, our search has forced us to a conclusion that may sound somewhat uncharitable, and there is no longer a way to avoid it: atheism is … Continue reading

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