A Socratic Dialogue

Saturday, July 9th, 2011

A friend of mine and I were talking recently about the “Socratic Dialogues” so famously part of Greek philosophical thought.  I got to thinking:  If Socrates were a Christian, perhaps he would engage in a dialogue along the lines of the one below, concerning the veracity of Scripture and the limitations of reason. Infidelus:  “You are a Christian, are […]

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The Problem with Pluralism

Monday, April 4th, 2011

Years ago, a Chicago eatery displayed a sign stating:  O’Hara’s Pizza, best Chinese food in town. This ad demonstrates America’s “melting pot” image.    Because various ethnic groups live in such close proximity, we’ve become familiar with other culture’s customs, food, and tastes. We are also exposed to various religious views.  This has led many to […]

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