Soren Kierkegaard

“Let others complain that the age is wicked; my complaint is that it is paltry; for it lacks passion. Men’s thoughts are thin and flimsy like lace, they are themselves pitiable like the lacemakers. The thoughts of their hearts are too paltry to be sinful. For a worm it might be regarded as a sin to harbor such thoughts, but not for a being made in the image of God. Their lusts are dull and sluggish, their passions sleepy…This is the reason my soul always turns back to the Old Testament and to Shakespeare. I feel that those who speak there are at least human beings: they hate, they love, they murder their enemies, and curse their descendants throughout all generations, they sin.”
-Søren Kierkegaard (Either/Or)


Mises on the science of economics.

“Its statements and propositions are not derived from experience. They are, like those of logic and mathematics, a priori. They are not subject to verification and falsification on the ground of experience and facts. They are a necessary requirement of any intellectual grasp of historical events.”

Changing some things.

“So, whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God.” – 1 Corinthians 10:31

Most of the time on this blog I write about philosophy and theology. I’ve always pursued the Lord in where He would have me and what He would have me do that I may serve Him most faithfully for His kingdom.

Recently I’ve had somewhat of a revelation. Economics has always been a huge passion for me, and I need to be faithful to the Lord and begin committing myself to the calling of writing/teaching proper economics. More on this to come.

Grace and peace.