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Monthly Archives: May 2006
“The act of being [(esse)] St. Thomas contemplates derives neither from metaphysics nor from ontology nor even from the [Heideggerian] ‘question of being’, but from the divine names and the ‘luminous darkness’.”
Jean-Luc Marion, “Saint Thomas d’Aquin et l’onto-théologie,” Revue Thomiste 95 (1995): 66.… There’s more to read here.
Today at SPU, a student group brought a climbing wall onto the Loop (aka the SPU commons) and raised up to encourage people to lead active lifestyles. After a time the wall was taken down – just lowered so that the “climbing wall” was horizontal with the ground. In short, walking and climbing got you no further – all was the same. Needless to say, I was observing not just … There’s more to read here.
So I was posed this question the other day – can you have emergent worship in the daylight? – and I have to admit the question is intriguing. Like a moth to the flame, I have been circling the Emergent bonfires and (in a rather ‘emergent’ repose of watching from the fringe) very hesitant to get too close to the thing. It is an interesting notion – that there is … There’s more to read here.
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