susanna rinard

Central Standard
6:24 pm
Tue June 11, 2013

The Problem Of Evil

Credit Riv / Flickr -- Creative Commons

It’s a question as old as humanity itself—why, in a world full of good options, do people still do bad things? Why do people who haven’t done anything wrong end up suffering, while those who use others for their own gain end up succeeding? And for heaven’s sake, how do we explain a Hitler? Or a Stalin? Or Idi Amin? How do we explain evil?

Read more
Central Standard
9:49 am
Thu March 14, 2013

The Philosophy of Doubt

Throughout the course of the day we ask ourselves a lot of questions; what should I have for breakfast? Should I run to the store before picking up my kids or after? Should I read my book before bed or watch a TV show? We rarely take the time to contemplate larger, more philosophical questions that probe our very existence.

Read more