Knowing truth requires iterative exposure to the big questions and to the other that pushes back and questions one's structure of knowledge and assumptions.
- Reading for soul growth: Choosing to spend time reading everything I can by Anne Lamott.
- Immaterial substance: Reflecting on The River of Consciousness and wondering if there is a continuum of immaterial substance from mechanical to humanity as imago Dei.
- Lived theology: Reflecting on quick reads generally related to theology: Four Lessons I’ve Learned From the Puritans; Standard Old-School Toolkit; Three Types of People Who Hinder the Church; and Private and Personal or Public and Ecclesial?
- Truth is real: Reflecting on quick reads generally related to philosophy: Is There Such a Thing as Truth?; The Impossible Poverty of American Discourse; Abortion Is Wrong Even If The Fetus Is Not A Person; Socrates — What Makes Someone Wise?; and The Difference Between Big Ideas and Little Ideas
(C) Laura Springer
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