Whether instigative or retributive, violence has shaped every past generation, as if it were a human tool used for creating history itself in our own likeness. This… Read more “Sartre on Violence in Oppenheimer’s Film”
A few months back, my student group joined Ratio Christi’s UT-Arlington director Ken Bankston for a dialogue with philosopher Kenneth Williford on the topic “Why I Am/Am Not A Christian”. Between Bankston’s critiques of philosophical naturalism and Williford’s specialty in consciousness, it turned out to be a substantive dialogue on most matters concerning the philosophy of religion. Enjoy!!!
Last night, I posted a recent presentation of mine named the “Theology of Suicide”. Might as well just post the paper. Some footnotes proved frustratingly crucial to… Read more “As If Reaching Towards the Heavens”
I was recently privileged to present a paper at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and chose to address the problem of Christian ethical requirements in the face of… Read more “A Theology of Suicide”
Last night, I posted a blog named “How Much Do You Really Want To Live?”. It was essentially about the concept of pain and pleasure in the… Read more “Addiction and the Academic”
I’m a recovering drug addict. I’ve been clean for a few years now, and while staying clean becomes calmer as time passes, the desire to get high… Read more “How Much Do You Really Want To Live?”