Reading Plato in an Age of “Alternative Facts”

I'd never read any of the works of Plato until I entered my Ph.D. program with Faulkner University's Great Books Honors College. Upon reading several of his dialogues—Republic,  Apology, Phaedo, Crito, Euthyphro, Meno—I felt I had been sorely robbed of intellectual inquiry. Nevertheless, it wasn't too late for me to begin reading these works, and … Continue reading Reading Plato in an Age of “Alternative Facts”

The Frustration of Living for God

I'm following a daily reading regimen from the Book of Common Prayer (1979) as a New Year's resolution. There are morning and evening readings from the Psalms that I'm incorporating into my morning devotional which consists of prayer and Scripture reading before I begin the day with my ministerial duties. The evening Psalm reading today is from Psalm … Continue reading The Frustration of Living for God