The Myth of Moral Neutrality

February 8th, 2017|Categories: Writing|

You must not impose your views on your patients. Of course not, we all agree. So you must practice medicine from a non-judgmental, morally neutral stance. Now here is a wild extrapolation. Judgement is [...]

Recommended Articles

January 1st, 2015|Categories: Read Page|

Recommended Articles Barr, Stephen M., Retelling the Story of Science Benedict XVI, University of Regensburg, Three Stages in the Program of De-Hellenization, Sept. 2006 Benedict XVI’s Planned Lecture at La Sapienza, The Truth Makes Us [...]

The Erosion of Tolerance

September 1st, 2014|Categories: Writing|

Human societies need the general acceptance of the rule of law if they are to function, and that acceptance has to be deeply rooted if they are to flourish. The law easily defines what we [...]

We Are All Religious

January 1st, 2010|Categories: Writing|

We are all religious. We all have faith commitments whether we are Jews, Christians, Muslims or Secularists to take only the dominant approaches in the western world. The first three have significantly different beliefs about [...]

Meaning, Metaphor and Allusion

January 1st, 2009|Categories: Read Page|

Christian Imagination in a Visual Culture Test your imagination. Do these passages call to mind their Biblical context for you? Standing amid the alien corn Eyeless in Gaza The Prodigal Son Who knew not Joseph [...]

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