In Catholic teaching, mortal sin is a grave¹ rebellion against the Laws of God made with full knowledge and consent, and which cuts the soul off from sanctifying grace. The official Catholic teaching is that unforgiven mortal sins condemn a person to hell but lay Catholics debate whether this really is true or not.² The… Read More Mortal Sin – Nothing ‘cool’ about it?
Panentheism – The whole is greater than the sum of its parts https://t.co/9AFe2mijIH Image via Wikipedia #mysticism #cosmology #God pic.twitter.com/w2BUccpppG — earthpages.org (@earthpages) May 25, 2017 Over at Earthpages.ca I’ve been doing some heavy duty revising. It’s my way of being a scholar and journalist at the same time. If only I got paid for… Read More Panentheism – Nope… it’s not a spelling mistake…
IACA: Accepting Applications for New Master’s Degree in Anti-Corruption Compliance and Collective Action – The FCPA https://t.co/84tNhZdcU7 — earthpages.org (@earthpages) May 8, 2017 When I saw this I wanted to add “that should be a laugh” to the tweet but there was no room for more characters. However, I shouldn’t be too cynical. When I had… Read More New Anti-Corruption Masters Degree in Vienna
White-Collar Crime Wave Laps at Sweden’s Sterling Reputation https://t.co/8Umykc9nlA invalid study – criminals don't "report" their crimes — earthpages.org (@earthpages) February 4, 2017 A study has recently come out about corruption around the world. There are a few factors that make me question it. First, criminals usually don’t report their crimes. So things could be,… Read More Today’s Top Tweet – Corruption: Hiding the skunk at the garden party?
There's more to measuring corruption than Transparency International's annual index, just released https://t.co/NMREYmWbii #corruption — earthpages.org (@earthpages) January 27, 2017 Today’s top tweet actually comes from yesterday. I’ve been busy learning Linux (read here) so the news – or at least my commenting on it – has taken a temporary back seat. But I’ve more… Read More Today’s Top Tweet – Corruption… Be wise as serpents and harmless as doves
In 1992 I did a grad seminar critiquing the psyc model… it's not easy being decades ahead!https://t.co/5JZXLagCX7 pic.twitter.com/UQ3LDueaGJ — earthpages.org (@earthpages) October 13, 2016 As far back as 1992 in a graduate studies methodology course I questioned the psychiatric model – not dismissing it, mind you, but questioning it. After all, that’s what we’re supposed… Read More Is university still a place to question and explore?
Embed from Getty Images I’m a bit like Donald Trump in the sense that I want to get as much done as possible with the least amount of menial labor. So I like automated feeds, flipping information around the web and back into Earthpages because it means less coding and more living. (Okay, some see… Read More Today’s Top Tweets – and a great new time saving feature!