Matthew Kenneth Minerd, Ph.L., Ph.D.—A licensed, practicing philosopher
Videte itaque fratres quomodo caute ambuletis non quasi insipientes sed ut sapientes redimentes tempus quoniam dies mali sunt.
"See therefore, brethren, how you walk circumspectly: not as unwise, but as wise: redeeming the time, because the days are evil." (Eph. 5:13-14)
Important Things (In My Somewhat-Humble Opinion):
Liturgy that is actually Divine (whether in the East or in the West)
Family life lived as a way of theosis
Philosophy that actually seeks truth
Theology that acts like it should: a perfection of mind that discursively reflects on the supernatural object of revelation, though ultimately giving way to the desire for something more than itself in contemplation
Beer that makes you pause; scotch that makes you want a cigar; Cabernet Savignons of all sorts
Not least: friendship—even with those who may find my views a bit strident
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