OHPT: Thoughts on Divine Action and Evolution (Chapter 11)

WHEREIN a philosophical theologian (inadvertently?!) makes a case for Christian environmentalism. Better believe I "hearted" those passages. With last week's chapter on Moral Perfection, we finished the section on "Divine Attributes" and plowed forward into "God and Creation." Dr. Robin Collins leads off with a discussion of Divine Action and Evolution. Collins is Distinguished Professor … Continue reading OHPT: Thoughts on Divine Action and Evolution (Chapter 11)

Your Brain on Philanthropy: Relative Comparison biases

Earlier this year (just days before the State of Hawaii was issued a shelter-in-place order) I attended a Planned Giving seminar. The main speaker was Russell James, and wow. I was all a-tingle with nerdy joy at the content and depth of his research. He works for Texas Tech and researches the psychological influences on … Continue reading Your Brain on Philanthropy: Relative Comparison biases