Tag Archives: Ethics

The Ethics of Christmas

It’s the middle of December, which means my mind is slowly turning to January’s change in classroom curriculum, from an overview of Christian Thought to the question of ethics.  Which makes this week’s storyline in Frazz (by Jef Mallett) of … Continue reading

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Running the Halls (or: revisiting Mere Christianity)

One of the few practices I’m trying out over the Advent season is the (re)reading of a book.  Because the season last just over three weeks, I thought it was a decent amount of time to do a slow reread … Continue reading

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Riding on the Trolley . . . Problem

The most recent episode of NBC’s The Good Place did a great job of revisiting some of the ethical themes of the show’s first season . . . from a completely different perspective.  This time around, Chidi was trying to … Continue reading

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