The new creation part 1: Would there still be evolution? By Cara Wall-Scheffler

This is the first of a series of blogposts exploring theological and philosophical reflections on the new creation. The format is the following: each week, we’ll have one blogpost (of about 800
This is the first of a series of blogposts exploring theological and philosophical reflections on the new creation. The format is the following: each week, we’ll have one blogpost (of about 800 [More]

Political Parties & Principles

Embed from Getty Images While the United States does have numerous third parties and many voters now register as independents, politics is dominated by the Republicans and the Democrats. While there
Embed from Getty Images While the United States does have numerous third parties and many voters now register as independents, politics is dominated by the Republicans and the Democrats. While there [More]

The <strong>virtue of analogies</strong>, said Wittgenstein, consists in "changing our way of seeing." But most offer just temporary distraction, not illumination&nbsp;

The virtue of analogies, said Wittgenstein, consists in &quot;changing our way of seeing.&quot; But most offer just temporary distraction, not
The virtue of analogies, said Wittgenstein, consists in "changing our way of seeing." But most offer just temporary distraction, not [More]

How have the <strong>Mitford sisters</strong> so captivated writers? Start with their wealth, wayward magnetism, antic charm, rivalry, loyalty, and political folly

How have the Mitford sisters so captivated writers? Start with their wealth, wayward magnetism, antic charm, rivalry, loyalty, and political
How have the Mitford sisters so captivated writers? Start with their wealth, wayward magnetism, antic charm, rivalry, loyalty, and political [More]

With a click, you can watch John Berryman down beers in Dublin or Marianne Moore throw out a first pitch. Is YouTube changing <strong>how we &ldquo;read&rdquo; poetry</strong>?

With a click, you can watch John Berryman down beers in Dublin or Marianne Moore throw out a first pitch. Is YouTube changing how we &amp;ldquo;read&amp;rdquo;
With a click, you can watch John Berryman down beers in Dublin or Marianne Moore throw out a first pitch. Is YouTube changing how we “read” [More]

God and the Multiverse: Scientific, Philosophical, and Theological Perspectives

2016.09.14 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews Klaas J. Kraay (ed.), God and the Multiverse: Scientific, Philosophical, and Theological Perspectives, Routledge, 2015, 247pp.,
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Ibn Sina [Avicenna]

[New Entry by Dimitri Gutas on September 15, 2016.] Abū-ʿAlī al-Ḥusayn ibn-ʿAbdallāh Ibn-Sīnā [Avicenna] (ca. 970 - 1037) was the preeminent philosopher and physician of the Islamic world.[1] In
[New Entry by Dimitri Gutas on September 15, 2016.] Abū-ʿAlī al-Ḥusayn ibn-ʿAbdallāh Ibn-Sīnā [Avicenna] (ca. 970 - 1037) was the preeminent philosopher and physician of the Islamic world.[1] In [More]

Can an insidious artifact of Hitler be neutralized by a phalanx of footnotes and annotations? Here comes a new critical edition of <em><strong>Mein</strong> <strong>Kampf</strong></em>

Can an insidious artifact of Hitler be neutralized by a phalanx of footnotes and annotations? Here comes a new critical edition of Mein
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The new creation part 1: Would there still be evolution? By Cara Wall-Sheffler

This is the first of a series of blogposts exploring theological and philosophical reflections on the new creation.&#160;The format is the following: each week, we’ll have one blogpost (of about 800
This is the first of a series of blogposts exploring theological and philosophical reflections on the new creation. The format is the following: each week, we’ll have one blogpost (of about 800 [More]

<strong>Philip Larkin's photographs</strong>. He picked up a camera as a child, and the images &mdash;&nbsp;striking, sensitive, emotion-filled &mdash;&nbsp;send us back to the poems with new eyes

Philip Larkin&#39;s photographs. He picked up a camera as a child, and the images &amp;mdash;&amp;nbsp;striking, sensitive, emotion-filled &amp;mdash;&amp;nbsp;send us back to the poems with new
Philip Larkin's photographs. He picked up a camera as a child, and the images — striking, sensitive, emotion-filled — send us back to the poems with new [More]