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Not what but who

The Christian movement answered the pagan search for meaning beyond the stars and revealed the God who brought the children of Israel out of the house of Pharaoh by their baptism in the Red Sea (cf. 88 more words

Musterion

The "Family Tree" of Ethics

Just like you, ethics comes from a line of things (except for you it’s people). Everything about ethics can be traced back to philosophy and theology. 504 more words

good apples

When we consider the grading of apples, we may think that the criteria are based on people’s likes and dislikes, so that when we label an apple ‘good’ all we are saying is that people like large, rosy, sweet apples of the kind that are put in the ‘good’ grade.

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Midcentury

Tributaries

He fumbled for some sheets of clean paper, forgetting where he kept them.  He had to write the editorial that would explain and counteract. He had to hurry. 988 more words

Art Studio

More questions than answers about Critical/Cultural Studies

Fulkerson’s article served as an important introduction to the field for me. I found it fascinating to see how much has changed in composition and how much has stayed the same since I was an undergrad in the 80s. 540 more words

Pedagogy

Proof Enough, Part 1

What would it take to convince some people that there is a God? Quite honestly, there are individuals so convinced that any kind of God is merely a fabrication of delusion, deceit, or ignorance that they would explain away the very hand of God if it ever tapped them on the shoulder. 465 more words

Atheism

Fulkerson: "Composition Theory in the Eighties: Axiological Consensus and Paradigmatic Diversity"

Fulkerson, Richard. “Composition Theory in the Eighties: Axiological Consensus and Paradigmatic Diversity.” College Composition and Communication 41.4 (1990): 409-29. Web.

Fulkerson argues that, though there are still divergent paradigms governing research and practice in composition, the field is moving closer to a consensus on practice-oriented pedagogies and theories. 286 more words

Composition