Monthly Archive: January 2009

Merton Monday 38

  In the long run, no one can show another the error that is within him, unless the other is convinced that his critic first sees and loves the good that is within him. So while we are perfectly willing to tell our adversary he is...

Oh. And Happy New Year.

Geez I almost forgot. To my friends, to my family, to all those with whom I am acquainted, to those I am yet to be, and to those I will never be: This year, may God richly bless our lives, our homes, our nations and our...

Discourse and (In)consistency

With due respect to my post immediately preceding this one: My seminar paper for this past semester was a brief study of a small part of James Paul Gee’s Discourse theory, applied to an online debate concerning a particular Christian doctrine. In a related sense, while...