In order to understand where to move forward, first, we must look at our past, our history, so that we become able to identify our strengths, weaknesses and our spiritual resources.
‘Most of the pitfalls in social ethics, political theory and education are due to a misunderstanding of the ontological character of love.’
While realism is defined explicitly, Christianity is not. Nevertheless, several crutches could lead us to understand Bennett’s theological perspective. He helps us in this effort when he plainly rejects ‘post-Kantian idealism that represents the pride of autonomous reason’.
In this piece, we venture to America again to immerse in the thoughts of Walter Rauschenbusch (1861–1918).
In this article, we will briefly review the history of the Serenity Prayer’s origin. We will also add two short notes, to highlight the importance of being aware of the authors and the content of our prayers.
In this article, the insightful ideas of an essential American protestant theologian from the last century will be recalled.
Most people in the West even within the Catholic Church refuse to publicly acknowledge that there is a different relationship between the way Christians relate to God and have a relationship with God as opposed to how the Muslims relate to God.
This article examines a nowadays less quoted part of Reinhold Niebuhr’s thought, which is also related to his emphasis on the sinfulness of human nature, the idea of the ‘easy conscience of man’.
Let us present a few political insights from “theologians” – starting with Abraham Kuyper – of modern politics with a special focus on the Christian source of their thought.
One of Scruton’s latest works entitled Conservatism: An Invitation to the Great Tradition was published in 2017 by All Points Book Publishers. Scruton embarks on a historical introduction of conservatism in six chapters, from its prehistory to the present day.
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