Socratic Corner

Wisdom is sometimes known for what it does not say and sometimes it is known only when it admits that it does not know what it once thought it did.

Location: Dallas, Texas, United States

I am an undergraduate student in humanities currently at Criswell College. I Enjoy a good discussion.

Friday, September 23, 2005

Kinda of sad

I found this out online. I think this is kind of sad and yes it is a real product you can buy their slogan is "Stand on the Word of God" you can click on the Title to get to the case you want to buy some scriptural foot gel pads....

Wednesday, August 31, 2005

Name The Scholar

Hint: He is Very Logical !

Monday, August 22, 2005

School Starts

School start Tomorrow, I will be in Biblical exposition , A Intensive study on the old Testament book of proverbs, and of course will be drowning in my studies in Hebrew. everyone please pray that I will do all I can do.

Saturday, August 20, 2005

Today’s Difficult Question

What is knowledge?

Friday, August 19, 2005

Today’s difficult question

Is there anything inherently sinful with Slavery? {Please note I don't like Slavery these questions are written to start discussion}

Thoughts on the Categorical imperative

To summarize the enlightenment project on morality ended with the Titian of moral autonomy and Immanuel Kant as one biographer summarize’s kant’s life, as “Kant had no Life”. Came up with a moral argument called the Categorical imperative. Simply put act in such a way that if it were to become a universal norm. This became the standard of morality. Perhaps we could say that morality being the last place to fall to the into humanities ever increasing circle of supposed knowledge with self at the center. The only problem is the circle that man draws excludes morality if and only if there is a God or personal being outside the circle. In other words Kant falls into the notion that “Man is the measure mentality even if he does not mean to. If there is a person outside the circle that hasn’t been considered who demands our affections as part of the acts that humans play perhaps it is we who believe in such a God should command the universal axiom of considering Him once again as the basis of morality and to whom all love is due perhaps we should command men everywhere to repent or rather set there affections rightly upon Him. Of course the only reason one knows that there is a God outside the circle is the fact that he has invaded our circle interpersonally affection our lives below the level of concussions producing and effect otherwise known as regeneration. So let us speak the truth and let Him bring whom He Brings but let us do so with God as our primarily basis of morality that inculdes the properness of the act of decalereing the gospel which is the reailty of Who Christ is , What He’s done , and What he going to Do, and also have our affection properlly on him , may we never utter that lost men and women should be treated as ends in themselves but let us keep God as our end both mentaitly and affectionatly perhaps then we can be faithful never to compromise the chief end or rather offen the most important person that our hearts where made for lest we be as restless as when we or Kant tried to set out on our own two feet and try to draw the circle of moraility without Him.

Thursday, August 18, 2005

Today’s Difficult Question

Do Things happen outside the will of God ?