Daily Archives: January 11, 2012

Jeremy Begbie on Theology Through the Arts

Via Daniel Stoddart. Well worth watching. I have long been a fan of Jeremy Begbie. During my time in St Andrews he delivered one of the best sermons I have ever heard at St Salvator’s Chapel. I highly commend his … Continue reading

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The Importance of Forgetting

I posted last night on the subject of forgetting what we read. Having promised a friend that I would post a follow-up quotation on the subject of forgetting, here goes. Somewhat ironically, it took me a while to find this … Continue reading

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Eating and the Perfection of Our Nature

Another old post. Bear in mind that you should conduct yourself in life as at a feast. – Epictetus (55AD-135AD) We are not infrequently reminded of the reality of our animal nature, of how much we share in common with the … Continue reading

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Forgetting What We Read

Although I had rather a long break from formal blogging, I wrote a lot in various other contexts during my absence, and thought that I might as well occasionally post something that I come across in some random and neglected … Continue reading

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