December 5, 2011
The question then becomes, What is it that we owe to Caesar? What kind of obligations do we have toward the political community to which we belong and the government that guides and directs it?
November 5, 2011
The common good is essentially a moral good, which is to say that it is a good which, once established and faithfully adhered to, enables the members of a political community, the citizens of a state, to live virtuous lives.
June 1, 2011
A popular distinction is stating you are not “religious,” but you are “spiritual.” How is this distinction to be understood, from the point of view of those who propound it and presumably guide their lives by it?
April 5, 2011
How do we define God’s immanence? The immanence of God refers to the fact that He is present in a very special way in everyone who is in the state of sanctifying grace.
August 10, 2010
We can never live fully in the present unless we live in such a way that we are always carrying the past along with us.
July 20, 2010
We are constantly being reminded how important it is to be tolerant of one another. And, negatively, we are regularly warned of the evils of intolerance…
July 15, 2010
One question which is often raised regarding free will is this: How is our free will to be reconciled with God’s foreknowledge?
July 10, 2010
In the second part of this series, Dennis McInerny discusses the philosophical error of “Deconstruction”.
July 1, 2010
In this article Dennis McInerny looks at politics from the perspective of St. Thomas Aquinas.
June 25, 2010
Of all the books that have ever existed in the world there are two categories: the Bible and all other books.