Words have been an integral part of human communication and expression since ancient times. Thinkers across different philosophical traditions have contemplated the profound implications of the wise and unwise use of language. We hope to cover some of the evolving views on language ethics, delving into the moral, social, and intellectual significance of words. We’ll also explore the wisdom of ancient Greece and the complexities of the Modernist era.
Most people, when they speak about money being evil, actually refer to the intended use of money.
It’s interesting to see what newer generations focus their economic output on. Where they put value and dedicate time to.
Does God want Martyrdom from us?
In today’s complex and interconnected world, the topic of radicalization among people has become increasingly prominent. It’s a subject that demands our attention and understanding. Check out a great talk by Kasim Hafeez.
In the hustle and bustle of our daily lives, it’s easy to get lost in pursuing happiness, success, and progress. We often seek clarity, harmony, and solutions to life’s riddles, hoping to eliminate perplexity from our existence. However, a thought-provoking reflection on the teachings of the Apostle Paul in 2 Corinthians 4:8 encourages us to take a step back and consider an alternative perspective.
The concept of a just war has been a theological and ethical discussion within Christianity for centuries. This article explores the principles of a just war theory from the perspective of the Catechism of the Catholic Church, which offers valuable guidance on when and how the use of armed force may be morally justified in the Catholic tradition.
We are in the midst of a mass religion to which most of humanity seems to ascribe, a human-centered religion devoid of any real meaning beyond an egocentric paradigm focused on our species.
A girl, 37 years old, on the way thru Dallas, in Centerville, with her two children in the car, a rear tire had a blowout causing the car to wreck and flip over. She was pronounced dead at the scene, and both children life flighted out to a hospital. They are doing ok, better…
Why did God have to make the human body so fragile?
Sacrifice is the act of giving up something valuable or cherished, often to obtain a greater good or appease a higher power.
Sacrifice is a concept that exists in various cultures and religions worldwide, illustrating its significance in human societies.
Several academic doctrines, namely critical theory, postmodernism, social justice, and critical race theory, significantly influence the world, particularly in the West. While these doctrines claim to advocate for equality, peace, and social cooperation, they reject core Enlightenment values such as open inquiry, individual autonomy, free speech, scientific skepticism, and reason. Instead, they promote identity politics, elitism, and centralized control, which has led some to view them as the four “doctrines of the apocalypse.”
The believer’s relationship to wealth, as depicted in the Bible, is multifaceted. While Scripture acknowledges the practical aspects of wealth and provides guidance on its use, it also warns against its dangers and potential pitfalls. Here are some biblical verses, both from the Old and New Testaments, that shed light on the believer’s relationship to wealth: