“You don’t know what you don’t know” it is often said, and sometimes that’s not your fault. There are things our forefathers understood that we seem to have forgotten, but who has the time or energy to pour over old books for the ancient lore of good living? You’ve got work to do and mouths to feed. Let me be your guide to the past while you toil in the present. By the Grace of God we may even learn enough to carve out better tomorrows for ourselves and our children’s children.
What and where are the sources of meaning?
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I’m a writer, philosophy teacher, armchair theologian, and Editor-in-Chief at The North American Anglican. I live in Omaha, Nebraska with my wife and children. I hold degrees in both philosophy and theology but, of course, there’s more to the story …