(Review) Embodied Hope by Kelly Kapic

The problem of evil has been solved. Well, at least the logical problem of evil has been, which for the lived experience of most human beings is radically insufficient. Pain and suffering present a radically real problem for many people. People die, get sick, and deal with chronic pain. For some, these realities pose aContinue reading “(Review) Embodied Hope by Kelly Kapic”

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Music Monday – “Child” by Washa

Unlike some of the stuff I have posted recently, i.e. Hip Hop, today I present to you a song that is fairly ambient, places an emphasis on tone and atmosphere, and makes use of complex instrumentation in order to create a mood that is both melancholic yet hopeful. Enjoy! (HT: The Good Christian Music Blog)

Upcoming Conference on the Philosophy and Theology of Hope

For those of you who are interested in philosophy and/or theology I would like to let you know that there is an awesome local philosophical-theology conference coming up in the L.A. area. Here is the description: Hope: Re-examinations of an Elusive Phenomenon Hope is an elusive phenomenon. For some it is Pandora’s most mischievous evil,Continue reading “Upcoming Conference on the Philosophy and Theology of Hope”