Creative Fidelity and Weighty People

canoeing February 9, 2012
In Milan Kundera’s The Unbearable Lightness of Being, the character Tomas is an inveterate womanizer, a man who takes notes on the particular physical differences, however minute, of the women he seduces. He is light, and free, and must find…
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Personality, Conversion, and Being: On John Paul II’s “Fides et Ratio”

Brueghel The Fall of Icarus May 10, 2010
The Reader Objects!: If God is Personal and Loving above all, if the Christian believes reason is fundamentally preceded by what is revealed in Faith, then what grounds has the Christian for speaking to the non-Christian? What hope for meaningful dialogue have we if Caritas precedes and envelops all?
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