Daily Archives: 26 December 2016

A Science Fiction High Castle

Last year I wrote favorably about the pilot episode of the small screen adaptation of Philip Dick’s The Man In The High Castle. I’m a few episodes into season two now. My verdict is still favorable. But this is one … Continue reading

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Open Thread On Christian Varieties

Dick Martin took exception to a deleted comment and an edited comment. Recently, he offered this comment on an Amoris Laetitia post: This is twice my replies have been deleted. Shows you’re against some one who has a different view … Continue reading

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Amoris Laetitia 267: Cultivating Freedom

We conclude these five paragraphs on moral formation with a brief reflection on freedom: 267. Freedom is something magnificent, yet it can also be dissipated and lost. Moral education has to do with cultivating freedom through ideas, incentives, practical applications, … Continue reading

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