Time and Ethics: A Short Essay of St. Augustine’s View from Confessions Book 11

William Alexander Hernandez writes that St. Augustine believed two theories regarding the concept of time; that time is a creature of God and time is a phenomenon of human consciousness (p. 73). The two theories are derived from Augustine‚Äôs Confessions Book 11. The creature of time theory recognizes the concept of time having its origin … Continue reading Time and Ethics: A Short Essay of St. Augustine’s View from Confessions Book 11

Time: A Subjective Practical Illusion

During the lifespan of a human being, each one has a birth and a death, a beginning and an end. People generally acknowledge the day of their birth every year and reach closer to death every year. Not only do all men without exception have birth and death in common, but all men use a … Continue reading Time: A Subjective Practical Illusion

A Bibliographical Essay on Just War Theory

Introduction In this essay, I will examine two of the predominant Christian thinkers from the early developers of JWT. Three contemporary authors will also be examined as well such as; Jeff McMahan, Michael Walzer, and Michael Farrell. The intent is to discover credible sources and look for logical moral consistency throughout the works of several … Continue reading A Bibliographical Essay on Just War Theory