Category Archives: Technology and Humanity

Shrink-Wrapped, Brand-Named Inhumanity

After reading Our Food From God, I am even more convinced than ever that the Ancients had a much better sense of what human life is about than we, in our Modern “wisdom” do. That’s a huge topic with lots … Continue reading

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The Technology of Grades

Being something of a perfectionist, I’ve always had to varying degrees “grade anxiety” about my schoolwork. Insofar as mere numbers are concerned, I did “OK” at New St. Andrews College in my B.A. work and I’m doing “Very Well” at … Continue reading

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Inventing the Bible

Joel Garver’s essay “Inventing the Bible” is a must-read for anyone interested in the history of the Church’s encounters with Holy Scripture. And since I won’t discipline myself to stop paying attention to the Internet flame wars between Catholic apologists … Continue reading

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