FAITH HOPE LOVE
Being • Existentialism • God • John & Paul • Time • Whitehead
“Love is patient, love is kind…It does not seek its own interests, it…rejoices with the truth. It bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. Love never fails. Read more
LUCRETIUS
Being • Existentialism
In approximately 60 BC, the Roman poet Lucretius wrote On the Nature of Things (De Rerum Natura). In the tradition of Parmenides' On Nature, Lucretius’ poem is an ontological epic. Read more
MORALS OR VALUES
Being • Culture • Existentialism • God
For most of us, our first encounter with “morality” comes through our parents (or parent figures). Read more
DEUTERONOMY
Being • Existentialism
Deuteronomy, the last book of the Torah, the 5th book of the Bible, consists of 34 Chapters containing on average about 35 verses each. We will focus on just one of those verses (Deut. Read more
JOB RECONSIDERED
Eschatology • Existentialism • God
Everyone knows the story of Job…or thinks he does.  A just and righteous man, Job enjoys family, wealth and respect. Then, seemingly out of nowhere, he loses everything. Read more
CAMUS
Existentialism
Albert Camus (1913 - 1960) may rightly be called the philosopher of the Absurd. Read more
THEOLOGY 101
Anaximander • Eschatology • Existentialism • Genesis • God • Parmenides • Time • Trinity • Whitehead
Theology 101 is comprehensive…but not complete. Questions remain to be answered, themes need to be further developed. Read more
PSALM 146
Eschatology • Existentialism • God • Prayer • Time
The Old Testament Book of Psalms consists of 150 Psalms, divided into 5 ‘books’. The last 5 Psalms of the final book (Psalms 146 – 150) constitute the climax of the entire work. Read more
GOLDEN RULE
Culture • Existentialism
Growing up, we all learned the Golden Rule (all of us, that is, except Peter Pan): “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. Read more
ANAXIMANDER, MARTIN & JOHN
Anaximander • Existentialism • Genesis • John & Paul • Time
Although five books of the New Testament have traditionally been attributed to the apostle John, modern scholarship has identified two of these works as most likely bearing John’s direct imprint: Th... Read more
X-MEN
Culture • Existentialism • For Kids • Science • Time
Did you ever say to yourself, “If only I had known then what I know now?” Say it’s Tuesday night and you have an English test coming up Wednesday morning. Read more
ROBERT FROST – QUANTUM MECHANIC
Christ • Culture • Eschatology • Existentialism • Science
Robert Frost’s 1916 poem, The Road Not Taken, appears to be a comment on existential angst and the human condition; and on one level it is no doubt just exactly that. Read more
NIETZSCHE written by David Cowles
Anaximander • Being • Christ • Existentialism • Heraclitus • John & Paul • Trinity • Whitehead
“What alone can our teaching be? – That no one gives a human being his qualities: not God, not society, not his parents or ancestors, not he himself…” “The fatality of his nature cannot b... Read more
ECCLESIASTES
Being • Eschatology • Existentialism • God • Politics
“Vanity of vanities. All things are vanity. Read more
LOVE...ACTUALLY!*
Being • Existentialism • Time • Trinity
“I love you,” perhaps the most famous phrase in all of human speech. But what does it mean? I love many things: my wife and children, a fine bottle of wine, foie gras, London, to name a very few. Read more
JEREMIAH
Existentialism • God • John & Paul
Before I formed you in the womb I knew you, Before you were born I dedicated you, A prophet to the nations I appointed you. (Jer. 1:5) See, I place my words in your mouth (Jer. Read more
THE THREE MODALITIES OF BEING
Anaximander • Being • Existentialism • John & Paul
I, you, he/she/it, the three persons of verbal conjugation, a staple of nearly every grammar class, be it modern (English), classical (Latin) or exotic (Klingon). Read more