Tag Archive: philosophy

An Old Man Fishing

“Why do you sit and wait for the fish to be caught?”

In Aeternum: The England That Never Changes

“Seeing true England through the perspective of the Triune splendor of the Good, the True and the Beautiful, we know that such an England can never die…”

A Story of Friendship: Star Trek and A Wagon Train to the Stars

“The show was about friendship, community, and sacrifice. Art, drama, and theater might very well mock or forget such themes in cynical and decadent ages, but such ideals can never be utterly destroyed.”

The Philosopher of the Opera: A Phantom of the Opera Fan-Fiction Story

“’The beauty in this Story is so great it freezes the soul, and still makes the blood melt…where the drama hangs on a knife-edge at every turn, and even a stableboy’s lines, when given at the right time, can save the neck of a nation.’” (Rated: PG)

Evil and Omnipotence: Is the Problem of Evil Fatal to Traditional Theism?

J.D. Wilson explores the tough issue of the Problem of Evil, and whether or not it is fatal to traditional theism.

Philosophy, Evidence, and Faith: The Conversion of a Science Fiction Author

John C. Wright, science fiction novelist and author of “The Chronicles of Chaos”, tells the story of how philosophy, evidence, and faith led him to embrace Catholicism.

The Sea Within: A Meeting of Matter and Spirit

Read the musings of eminent philosopher, Dr. Peter Kreeft, on the meeting of matter and spirit in our love of the sea.

G-d: The Not-thing

In this article, the nature of G-d is explained as that of a “not-thing” — that is, beyond the “thinginess”that so boggles the English language!

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