The Prodigal Definition Returns

Apologetics and Theology

The story of the prodigal son from Luke 15:11-31 is one of the most famous stories in the Bible. In fact the phrase, ‘the prodigal son,’ has entered into our every day vocabulary. When someone […]

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Autism and Moral Virtue

I have an interest in autism and an interest in philosophy. It is not too often that those interests overlap. I came across this article by Nomy Arpaly. In this article he looks at moral virtue […]

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Ancient Philosophy

If you are interested in ancient philosophy, especially that of Plato and Aristotle, you may like a course taught a UC Berkeley taught by David Ebery.  You can download the audio of this course from […]

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When Athens Met Jerusalem

It is important for Christians to understand our Jewish heritage.  It is equally important for us to understand our Greek heritage. There is a reason why the New Testament was written in Greek.  Even Judaism […]

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