Monthly Archives: June 2013

The Holy Spirit in the Church

As difficult as it is to describe what exactly the Holy Spirit is, we can draw a pretty good idea, especially with the help of the Scriptures, of what the Holy Spirit does, both in terms of the Trinity itself and … Continue reading

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The Sonship of Jesus Christ

When considering the sonship of Jesus Christ, two important aspects to consider are 1) the nature of this sonship – what is it, how can we perceive it in light of the one, triune God? And 2) what does this … Continue reading

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Christian Revelation in “Love Alone is Credible” – Hans Urs Von Balthasar

Christian revelation, according to Balthasar, is centered on love. At the beginning of the chapter “Love as revelation,” it seems that he is directly saying that revelation is love. Though it seems more complex throughout his writing, this idea remains. … Continue reading

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Alcohol and Sex at Notre Dame

There are many things that could be said or analyzed about the culture of alcohol and sex at Notre Dame. However, I believe there are a few key things that contribute and correspond to the unique situation at Notre Dame. … Continue reading

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“You can have it all”

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YUIMMtE3KoA I originally thought this was going to be tricky to come up with an example because I didn’t have any commercials that I had seen that stuck in my mind at all. However, I was surprised just how easy … Continue reading

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“Moralistic Therapeutic Deism”

American religion is increasingly affected by “internal secularization.” That is, on the outside, religion is still present and we don’t notice a notable change, but on the inside it lacks substance, or more specifically – the substance has drastically changed. … Continue reading

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