On this day in 1942, President Franklin Roosevelt signed an order which authorized the internment of Americans who had Japanese ancestry. Families were rounded up, taken away from their homes, put in camps for the duration of the war with … Continue reading
Category Archives: good works
One of the key perspectives Moltmann has helped me consider more thoroughly is that of the perspective of God. We tend to think about theology, and law, and all the other religious concepts from our perspective. Which makes sense because … Continue reading
In view of the complexity of the issues, it is obvious that the various disciplines have to work together through an orderly interdisciplinary exchange. Charity does not exclude knowledge, but rather requires, promotes, and animates it from within. Knowledge is … Continue reading
Do not say: “I do not know what is right, therefore I am not to blame when I fail to do it.” For if you did all the good which you do know, what you should do would then become … Continue reading
Throughout Christian history there has been quite an interest in men and women who did great things, whether in this world or within their soul. These men and women weren’t seeking self-satisfaction. Rather, they were truly seeking God and his … Continue reading
In an earlier post I asked if I could still be allowed in emerging circles even though I’m not voting for Obama (and didn’t) and I use Microsoft Windows. Anyone who has followed this blog for a while can understand … Continue reading
What Kind of world do you want? Raising money for worthy causes, led by Five for Fighting.