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Go the distance: whatever it takes


I have heard this phrase used several times in the past few weeks Mostly in a sports contexts, a little in politics, occasionally in business. In what ever context, it seems to mean, go win, be first, make it happen It is used to motivate achievement, encourage focus and often sacrifice. 238 more words

Why blog?

I don’t entirely know why it was the final straw that made me want to start writing in a public way, but the discussion / reaction to Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh was the catalyst that pushed me into starting a blog. 125 more words

Contemporary Catholicism

Video: More on Two Kingdoms

In today’s video, I address some questions that were raised in response to my previous video.

Within the video, I reference Brad Littlejohn’s The Two Kingdoms: A Guide for the Perplexed… 88 more words

Theological

Statements

Statements is an online marketplace made purposefully for finding sustainable fashion brands in one place and making it easy for you to do so.

With clear value key icons to understand how sustainable each product is and direct links on each item to buy finding trendy and stylish sustainable pieces has never been easier. 179 more words

Words matter

This is a sermon for the eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost.  The Scripture it references is James 3:1-12.

When I was a theological student, and working at the Cathedral, part of my job was to occasionally take school groups around, show them different parts of the building, answer any questions and so forth.  1,185 more words

The Bible

Hidden Philosophy Podcast 9: Kierkegaard vs. Nietzsche

Hidden Philosophy Podcast 9: Kierkegaard vs. Nietzsche

https://hiddenphilosoph.files.wordpress.com/2018/09/hidden_philosophy_ep9.mp3

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Show Notes:

In this episode, Will and John discuss Soren Kierkegaard and his concept of the Knight of Faith, Friedrich Nietzsche and his concept of the Ubermensch, and existentialism. 13 more words

Philosophy

About unequal fights

September 23, 2018


Engraving representing Pierre Corneille, 17th century, Bibliothèque nationale de France.

“Spare my courage an unequal battle;
There is no honour for me in victory: 42 more words

Theory