Ellipsis Omnibus

Disillusioned but not disenchanted…

Essays

Graduate (Master of Divinity):

-Pascal: Faith & Reason
-Tertullian and Philosophy
-The Person & Work of Christ
-The Holy Spirit & Salvation
-The Gothic Cathedral: Medieval Exemplar
-Fated But Free
-Preaching the Good News of Bearing God’s Image
-Why Study Greek
-Chesterton’s Apologetic & the World Today

Undergraduate (History & Political Science, Sociology):

-Reviving Authority: The Republic of Renaissance Florence
-John Stuart Mill
-Labeling: Law Enforcement & Criminals
-Love & Marriage in American Culture
-Marx & Weber
-Primo Levi Reflection
-Status
-The Puritans: Church & State
-The Red Violin, Analysis
-Tibetan Independence
-American Decline
-Ancient Civilizations
-Burke
-Influences of Freud in Modern Culture

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