Augustine says that by making the Greek gods imperfect, Homer is actually attributing divine attributes to sinful men (not the… Read more Augustine on the Sinfulness of Greek Gods
Here’s an exchange from a 1987 Firing Line episode where Allan Bloom discusses his book The Closing of the American… Read more Prognosticating the Rise (and Fall) of Pajama Boy
John McWhorter (Professor of English, Columbia University) on how the modern anti-racism movement is a religion: Anti-racism, as it is… Read more The Religion of Anti-Racism
But God came to Abimelech in a dream by night and said to him, “Behold, you are a dead man because… Read more Therefore I Did Not Let You Touch Her
The era of social media has brought about some interesting changes to ordinary life. We live in a time when… Read more People Who Live in Social Media Houses
Geoffrey Lehmann, in an interview with the Sydney Morning Herald: “Poems are always given. You don’t write a poem, a… Read more Can a poem write itself?
Is it greater to analyze Or at one’s will recollect? Greater still when these synthesize In the same man’s intellect.
Last night I watched part of an interview between Rick Rubin and Kendrick Lamar. I know little about Lamar. I’ve… Read more Coffee with Kendrick