Archive for January, 2011

Every now and then I stumble across a blog post that is simply a gem to read. All too often, it’s John Hobbins over at Ancient Hebrew Poetry. But since he may be a sometimes-reader, I’m not going to spend time flattering him. Today’s super-amazing post comes from Evangel, where Rev. McCain found an excellent […]

I’ve never had an answer for that, although if a discussion of pacifism lasts for 15 minutes or more, one side or the other will bring up Hitler. It’s inevitable. I’d say that the proper response is the one the Holy Spirit led within Germany. In other words, the one that actually happened. Here is […]

Amy K. Hall over at Evangel asks, “What are our Moral Blind Spots? I have often asked myself what future generations will condemn us for. She points to a Washington Post article written by Princeton professor of Philosophy Kwame Anthony Appiah that sets down three characteristics our past moral blind spots have had in common: […]