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T’is the Season to be Stoic

By Kevin Vost, Psy.D.   Like flourishing leaves on a spreading tree, which sheds some and puts forth others, so are the generations of flesh and blood; one dies and another is born. Sirach 14:18   As is the race … Continue reading

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Profoundly Pro-Life Pagan Philosophers?

By Kevin Vost The primary end of marriage is community of life with a view to the procreation of children…. Musonius Rufus, Lecture 13A I envisioned the book The Porch and the Cross: Ancient Stoic Wisdom for Modern Christian Living … Continue reading

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Gerard M. Verschuuren: Science Does Not Give Us a Moral Compass

Quite a few animals have a built-in compass. We don’t exactly know how it works, but it does work. It lets monarch butterflies migrate south in the winter and then back again; it lets honey bees find their nest back; … Continue reading

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