Faces in a Cloud looks at four major psychoanalytic theorists (Freud, Jung, Reich & Rank) in the light of their personal backgrounds. It starkly reminds us that we are never truly objective, and that the theories we come up with are informed by who we are and where we came from. Read more
The first book I read in 2020 was Religion and Nothingness by Keiji Nishitani, and it was excellent. Definitely one for my ‘Non-fiction books of the year’ list in December. But for now, just a great way to start the year. Read more
I found this a little reductionist and introductory, and I don’t agree with him on all the points, but it’s not a bad intro to Kierkegaard if you’ve been wondering about this Danish philosopher and his views.
Christian philosopher Søren Kierkegaard didn’t mince words when he addressed the lack of passion that marked the church of his day. What can we learn from Kierkegaard today? Dr. Sproul will explain. Read more