Articles tagged: god

On God & Goodness: 8 Lessons on the Euthyphro Dilemma

Philosophy

SPL Staff • July 24th, 2016

Listers, does God will something because it is good or is something good because God wills it? The question lies at the heart of the dialogue Euthyphro, written by Plato c. 399-395 BC, recounting a conversation between Socrates and a man named Euthyphro on the meaning of holiness. Though the... Read More →

“Who is the Catholic Writer in America?” and 10 Other Questions with Tuscany Press

Life & Leisure Literature

SPL Staff • September 19th, 2012

Listers, recently I have discovered a new outlet of Catholic media that is fighting against the current crisis of Catholic authorship. In a world where the Catholic perspective of life is seen as illegitimate or wrong, Tuscany Press is providing a means in which the Catholic writer who is... Read More →

6 Catholic Poems that Testify to God's Love

Art & Architecture Life & Leisure Literature

SPL Staff • August 24th, 2012

Listers, the Catholic Church has a vast reservoir of beautiful poetry that testifies to God's love for Creation and us. Poetry is an excellent tool of praise and acknowledgement of all that God has given us. Perhaps not as simple nor as easily entertaining as prose would be, poetry has an added... Read More →

Et Vidit Deus Quod Esset Bonum: 5 Reasons to Read the New Novel "Christopher"

Life & Leisure Literature

SPL Staff • July 13th, 2012

Listers, the crisis of contemporary literature can only be alleviated by the united effort of the Catholic community. One of my proposed remedies to this grievous situation is by encouraging (nay, beseeching) Catholic media outlets like blogs, television, and radio to give Catholic writers and... Read More →

5 More Short Stories That Every Catholic Should Read

Life & Leisure Literature

SPL Staff • May 22nd, 2012

**Listers, fiction has a savage appeal to authors and readers because they get entertainment out of some character's suffering or unhappiness. **However, to the credit of all fans of the written word, they also derive entertainment in a resolution, but that always means that something must first... Read More →
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