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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 20 Jun 24

OnlySubs Episode 131: Theology and Musn’t is now available exclusively for New Discourses contributors on the following platforms: Locals Odysee Patreon Subscribestar Substack YouTube Members Some time ago, I recorded a long podcast on the New Discourses Podcast platform that touches upon the role and importance of theology, perhaps ironically for an agnostic/atheist. Titled “Meaning and the Necessity of Theology,” it argues that theology plays an important meta-philosophical role in that it binds (or grounds) and orients a variety of philosophical programs, ideally toward God, or at least toward the Good, the True, and the Beautiful. I also gave a talk

OnlySubs Episode 131: Theology and Musn’t is now available exclusively for New Discourses contributors on the following platforms: Locals Odysee Patreon Subscribestar Substack YouTube Members Some time ago, I recorded a long podcast on the New Discourses Podcast platform that touches upon the role and importance of theology, perhaps ironically for an agnostic/atheist. Titled “Meaning and the Necessity of Theology,” it


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 24 May 24

OnlySubs Episode 130: Have Faith and Keep Speaking Up is now available exclusively for New Discourses contributors on the following platforms: Locals Odysee Patreon Subscribestar Substack YouTube Members I recently stumbled upon a passage from the book of Acts, chapter 18, that I think people should hear. The passage is Acts 18:9-10, and it speaks to the frustration of Paul in Corinth. It’s a clear reminder of what we need to be doing in these difficult times. We need to speak up, tell the truth, and just keep doing it. We also need to have faith that we’ll find those

OnlySubs Episode 130: Have Faith and Keep Speaking Up is now available exclusively for New Discourses contributors on the following platforms: Locals Odysee Patreon Subscribestar Substack YouTube Members I recently stumbled upon a passage from the book of Acts, chapter 18, that I think people should hear. The passage is Acts 18:9-10, and it speaks to the frustration of Paul


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 12 Feb 19

Photo by Shaun SalmonIt all started when I was living in Taiwan, 21 years old, having just graduated from Yale with a degree in mathematics and philosophy.Of course I did what most people do with such a degree — I got a job in a bar. One day on my way to work I attempted to kick-start my motorcycle. After several unsuccessful tries I have it one final frustrated stomp with all my strength. The starting lever jammed and sprang back, severely spraining my ankle. I took a cab to work and by the time I arrived my ankle had ballooned to twice

Photo by Shaun SalmonIt all started when I was living in Taiwan, 21 years old, having just graduated from Yale with a degree in mathematics and philosophy.Of course I did what most people do with such a degree — I got a job in a bar. One day on my way to work I attempted to kick-start my motorcycle. After several unsuccessful tries


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