When we pray, do prayers from all religions go up to the same place? Yes, no, and this might be a scam.
Recently, a famous American politician, U.S. 762 more words
By Mike Edwards
I am convinced there are beliefs claimed about God that lead to many tuning out God. Our relationship with God cannot exceed our understanding of God. 1,283 more words
“Emilio Uranga (1921-1988) articulates what we could call Existentialism “a la Mexicana”, Mexican existentialism, or (M)existentialism…It does not escape Mexican philosophers that a thinking of totality, a thinking that transcends contingency and place, has been the hallmark of philosophy since it’s naming by the Greeks.” 136 more words
Stephen D. Morrison has stumbled upon an excellent idea: distilling and synthesizing the corpus of intellectual material of notable and influential Christian theologians. As a teacher of theology and religion, I long for ways to get good and accessible theology into the hands of my students. 1,177 more words
Special Workshop on the Nature and Significance of Postcolonial African Philosophy
This special workshop on the nature and significance of Postcolonial African Philosophy is primarirly motivated by two recent publications. 322 more words