Category Archives: Theology

Irrelevant Work That Has No Value

To those who are disparaging professors: I have been deeply disturbed over the last year or so by the small but vocal number of people—colleagues, friends, family (many of them teachers!)—who have disparaged tenured professors, basically saying in one form … Continue reading

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Religion is a Game

Religion is a game.  I do not mean this in any kind of a reductionist or derogatory sense (e.g., “Catholicism is just a game—play by the rules (the Ten Commandments, the sacraments) and you win.”)  I mean it in a … Continue reading

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The role of church

People do not need a church’s guidance; they need its support.

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Plura ex uno atque e pluribus unum.

Out of one, many; out of many, one.

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