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Atheism and Juvenile Rebellion

There are people out there who have rejected Christianity because they have had genuine bad experiences with its representatives, or with fellow churchgoers who have made them feel unwelcome. 1,538 more words


William of Ockham

William of Ockham (1285-1347) was an influential English Franciscan philosopher. Much to the chagrin of Pope John XXII, he vigorously defended Saint Francis’ ideal of holy poverty. 264 more words


Idea's Have Consequences: Critical Review

Depravity is prevalent in Western culture, but where did it come from and how do we stop it? This post is a brief critical review of a classic American philosophical piece, written just after the second World War.