Alasdair MacIntyre and Open Theism: the Lament of a Christian Platonist

While it would be the height of hubris to suggest that I am capable of following the many profound contributions of Alasdair MacIntyre to the world of Christian thought, I can claim him as a long-standing hero of mine. It also seems clear enough in a lecture delivered on November 11, 2022 that MacIntyre has … Continue reading Alasdair MacIntyre and Open Theism: the Lament of a Christian Platonist

Justin Martyr, Christ, and Socrates

Author note: we are grateful for this post by guest blogger Jack Boczar. He is a current PhD student in philosophy and has a background in economics and continental philosophy. A few months ago I was talking with an Anselm scholar and we came to the topic of the Church Fathers. Hearing about these men … Continue reading Justin Martyr, Christ, and Socrates

Cosmos, Glory, Science, Plato and Christ: Reading Ancient Mediterranean Philosophy by Stephen R. L. Clark

[Note: reposted from an original 2020/12/02 share on my personal blog.] Book cover. “The curtain of history rises on a world already ancient, full of ruined cities and ways of thought worn smooth. Mediterranian peoples knew there had been disasters, but remembered little in detail” (2). These opening lines of Ancient Mediterranean Philosophy mesmerized me, and the … Continue reading Cosmos, Glory, Science, Plato and Christ: Reading Ancient Mediterranean Philosophy by Stephen R. L. Clark