This past Saturday was Day One of the online conference that I had been co-organizing with some of my officemates from St Andrews. It was both exhausting and exhilarating. Because it was designed to be an international conference, my day began at 6am local time in California and ended at 4pm local time. During this […]
In preparation for our Ecclesia and Ethics conference (ecclesiaethics.com), here’s a short interview with one of our keynote speakers, Dr. Nijay Gupta. Enjoy and please share! Ecclesia and Ethics Interview Nijay Gupta — 2/5/2013 from Ecclesia Ethics on Vimeo.
In preparation for our Ecclesia and Ethics conference (ecclesiaethics.com), here’s a short interview with one of our keynote speakers, Dr. Mariam Kamell. Enjoy and please share! Ecclesia and Ethics Interview Mariam Kamell — 2/5/2013 from Ecclesia Ethics on Vimeo.
In preparation for our Ecclesia and Ethics conference (ecclesiaethics.com), here’s a short interview with one of our keynote speakers, Dr. Michael Gorman. Enjoy and please share! Ecclesia and Ethics Interview Michael Gorman — 2/5/2013 from Ecclesia Ethics on Vimeo.
Nothing gets me giddy like going to an academic conference. For those who are involved in the academic study of the bible/theology/religion like myself, the big event – “conference time” – takes place in mid-November with the annual meetings of ETS/IBR/SBL/AAR. It is always a blast to present and listen to papers, meet new people, […]
My wife took her first philosophy class at her southern California high school. Along with many other historical figures in philosophy, her teacher lectured on Kant. Unfortunately, the only thing that she can remember about Kant is the phrase, “Kant was a real pisant.” To be honest, I have found that this sort of reaction […]
Guest Post: Marketing Divorce or Losing Your Job? Four Things I Learned When Faced With an Ethical Dilemma
Disclaimer: I haven’t lost my job, and the company I work for isn’t evil in any way shape or form… In my role I get the chance to work with many unique organizations and dynamic leaders. It’s been an opportunity that has taken me through many industries from insurance, retail, manufacturing, and many more. It’s […]
“Who are you to tell me what to do?” “Why can’t I do something if it doesn’t hurt anybody else?” “Big government is a big failure; keep its nose out of my business!” Such sentiments echo at Libertarian rallies across the world. Libertarians value autonomy and freedom, and they are not afraid to openly express […]
“…you become better and better by looking for so great a good which is both sought in order to be found and found in order to be sought…” -St. Augustine “Ethics” means more than understanding how one should act in a certain situation in order to be free from blame. This type of ethics is […]
It is hugely disappointing to me that I still have to defend my love for the Harry Potter series to other Christians. In good Two Cities fashion of “reconciling Evangelicals with the ‘Bad Guys,’” I will give two reasons why the Harry Potter series is not a threat to the Christian worldview and is actually […]
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