The Christian in Critical Thought: A Reflective Essay on Browne and Keeley and Belief Perseverance

In the final chapter of Asking the Right Questions, Browne and Keeley (B&K) mention several road-blocks to critical thinking. Among others, they discuss how belief perseverance limits the ability of a person to pursue critical thinking. Belief perseverance is the "tendency for personal beliefs to persevere" despite evidence to the contrary (171). These beliefs are... Continue Reading →

Devotion through Academics

I've recently been thinking about the relationship between my studies as an academic and my relationship with God. How do I love God and pursue academics at the same time? The academy is stone cold. Books of unknown age line the walls filled with tedious sophistry. The bearded scholar sits in his 1800s garb engrossed... Continue Reading →

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