Working within the framework of C.S. Lewis' Four Loves, Theologian Adam Johnson explores the connection between Christ's atonement the various expressions of love.
How might the New Testament contribute to our understanding of intellectual humility? And specifically, how does it offer unique perspectives in the context of philosophical and scientific research? With these guiding questions, professor Grand MacGaskill explores the riches of the New Testament for our understanding of humility.
We humans have a tendency to think of ourselves more immaterially and ethereally than we ought. "Moral philosophers... have tended to imagine human beings as “continuously rational, healthy, and untroubled”—as rather angelic beings, you might say. Certainly not lower than angels." Historian Eric Miller reflects on the humble and beautiful reality of our contingent, embodied existence.
What happens when we die? Philosopher Adam Wood argues that Thomas Aquinas had an uncommon view: "...Grampa, being dead, isn’t in heaven or anywhere else. He doesn’t exist. But his soul does."
Social psychologist Christena Cleveland discusses the vice of closed-mindedness, the path to open-mindedness, and some of the social psychology behind it all.
How can the humility on display in Jesus's life and teaching inform the definition and acquisition of humility?