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- Confessing What and To Whom?: A Brief Contrast of Augustine and RousseauBoth Augustine and Rousseau wrote books by the same name, Confessions, wherein they delineate their life’s story, exposing their corruptionsContinue Reading
- Justice in the Tripartite Soul through Virtuous Education: On Plato’s RepublicIn what follows is an essay on Plato’s educational vision displayed in the Republic, and of classical education more generally.Continue Reading
- The Righteous Persevere (A Poem)When kings administer justice,The wicked live in fear;But in said previous absence,The righteous persevere.So persevere we must,In times of fervidContinue Reading
- Heaven for Your Home (A Poem)All that is gained may be lost.All that is maintained may be dross.But if what is lost is dross,And thatContinue Reading
- William James & the Pragmatic Principle Applied to Philosophic Theology: A CritiqueLecture 18 (“Philosophy”) of William James’ Varieties of Religious Experience examines philosophy’s usefulness in validating the individual’s experience of theContinue Reading
- On Government: Its Institution, Purpose & LawWhat follows is by no means an exhaustive treatment of a political philosophy of government, nor does it contain aContinue Reading
Welcome! I’m the thinkist, thinking on things true, good, and beautiful in the areas of theology, philosophy, and apologetcs (cf. Phil. 4:8). I recognize that the definite article before thinkist may sound a bit pretentious. I would have simply gone with thinkist if the site wasn’t taken already, and a thinkist just doesn’t sound interesting. So, I beg your pardon as I refer to myself as the thinkist. You may call me Drew, though.
I have a BS in Religion: Biblical Studies from Liberty University (2010). I am currently working on a MA in Humanities (based on the Great Books program) from American Public University.