Monthly Archives: December 2010

“The Bishop”

This is perhaps the oddest first thought of the day that I’ve had. I have no idea why I was thinking about this fellow, but let’s see if I can aim at the divine while looking at this fellow. Looking … Continue reading

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A Glimpse Into the Primal Self

If Freud’s theories are at all accurate, then this morning I may have caught a glimpse of one of my “subconscious” desires. Perhaps this desire is something that drives many of my actions, and affects the way that I see … Continue reading

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The Lack of Difference Between Faith and Science

I always thought that there was a huge difference between the epistemological methods of Anselm and the scientific method. Anselm says, for example, that we need to “believe in order to see”. Usually, science has been portrayed in my classes … Continue reading

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The Consequences of Imagebearing and Breathcarrying

Conflict was on my mind this morning. First thought of the day. I apologize ahead of time for any unfortunate person who stumbles upon this post, for these thoughts are so jumbled and unorganized that I hardly understand them myself. … Continue reading

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Inception and Faith

Inception was on my mind this morning when I woke, and in keeping with the spirit of this blog, I decided to explore/connect some of the ideas presented in the film with following God. One of the central themes in … Continue reading

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