Category Archives: philosophy

Some reflections on tradition

There are two senses of the word “tradition,” one active and the other objective. Continue reading

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Freedom and providence

Freedom is essential to personal interactions. Continue reading

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Reflections on beauty

Beauty is something that can only be appreciated by persons. Continue reading

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Faith as tradition and philosophy as investigation

Christian faith and philosophy expect different attitudes on the part of their audience. Continue reading

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On scientism

Physics, chemistry, and biology cannot provide a complete explanation of reality, despite the popularity of this belief. Continue reading

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A sketch of another theistic proof

Behind the multiplicity of existing things is an ultimate Unity. Continue reading

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A sketch of a theistic argument

The possibility of efficient causality — a presupposition of science — entails the existence of God. Continue reading

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