A short post tonight, I’m beat. Yesterday I was reading some of the work of the Russian philosopher Lev Shestov. This post isn’t about Shestov per se (another time soon, I hope).

But reading Shestov made me think about the place of philosophy in teaching for the church. Some might say that “ordinary” church members don’t need to think about philosophy or ponder their own worldview. However, if the church doesn’t help its members to do this, others certainly will. The church might not like the results.

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