"It’s like that famous quotation of Charles Baudelaire: 'The finest trick of the devil is to persuade you that he does not exist.'" Philosopher Dan Yim explains dual process thinking (also known as "Thinking Fast & Slow") and applies it to implicit racial bias.
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.
Social psychologist Christena Cleveland discusses the vice of closed-mindedness, the path to open-mindedness, and some of the social psychology behind it all.
One of my former students recently posted about fundamentalist Christians. ... Reading the post, I thought, “This couldn’t be further from the way my family actually treats their neighbors, regardless of sexual ethics.” So I posted a reply. I posted a reply to someone I hadn’t spoken to in over decade, someone who lived in another state. I didn’t think the reply was insensitive; I was simply offering the truth wrapped in straightforward language. His reply was swift and stinging.
What does it mean to love Jesus, your neighbor, and your enemy in the complicated context of the Syrian international refugee crisis? Charlene Choi investigates the story from the perspective of one family in Macedonia.
Page 1 of 6 Next