Dogma as “that which seems good”

Metropolitan John (Zizioulas) clarifies  the term “dogma” which, as he notes: “is derived from the (Greek) verb ‘dokein’ (=seeming, believing) and originally, its literal meaning was “that which seems good or proper to someone’” He continues to explain that from this original meaning it was transposed to signify the personal opinion of an entire schoolContinue reading “Dogma as “that which seems good””

I Don’t Facebook

don’t Facebook.  Is it a verb, to facebook? I’m not sure. Whatever the case, I’m beginning to think that maybe it’s good I don’t given the potential harms it allegedly causes. One article, for instance, stated that it can “shorten attention spans, encourage instant gratification and make young people more self-centred.” I can understand theContinue reading “I Don’t Facebook”