Monthly Archives: April 2017

Walking

Some of my best memories involve walks. I vividly recall hiking with the Scouts in the Sierras, meandering around the twin lakes at Notre Dame with my wife-to-be, and watching my daughters take their first tottering steps. For most people … Continue reading

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Faith

This Caravaggio painting of doubting Thomas has become well-known thanks to the Internet, and I do like its graphic, realistic portrayal of the Lord’s submission to Thomas’s probing finger. However, a visually less realistic portrayal by de’ Rossi may be … Continue reading

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No End, No Fear

This painting used to hang over our couch, a fitting piece for a couple of philosophers to display. It when was there many years ago when our oldest daughter was 3 years old. She looked up on it and asked, … Continue reading

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Empty

Poking around for a catchy image for this post, I came across what you see here, the banner for a satirical comic book critiquing faith in a deity. It’s the perfect illustration of what our faith in Jesus Christ is … Continue reading

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