Here are the Top Ten February posts on Quadrivium:
- What is Christian Art?: Is there such a thing as “Christian” art and how does one recognize it?
- The Results of Poor Hermeneutics and KJV Extremism: A wacky preacher explains why God is interested in bodily functions.
- The Suffocating Soul, Part 1: A book review and commentary on the various ‘corsets’ that suffocate our souls.
- An Evaluation of the Formal Cause Argument for the Existence of Universals: An analytical post (with a formidable title) that rebutts the the formal cause argument for the the existence of abstract universals.
- Much Ado About Nothing: Nihilism and Modernist Literature: A four part essay that examines nihilistic themes in the works of three Modernist authors. Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4.
- Eschatology Poll Update and Fun With Christian Kitsch: Results from our eschatology poll as well as a small gallery of kitschy Christian art.
- The Conflict of Christianity and Culture: A post that examines the underlying causes of modern Christianity’s estrangement from culture.
- Stephen Pinker and the Morality of a Meat Machine: Admiring Stephen Pinker’s awesome ‘do, and examining his not-so-awesome materialistic foundation for ethics.
- Is Fantasy Escapism?:Is fantasy literature (LOTR, Narnia, etc.) an attempt to escape reality, or does it communicate reality better than any other genre?
- Three-Way Tie for Tenth: We actually have three posts which tied for the tenth spot. The Economics of Art is a rejoinder to post 1 that takes a different approach to the idea of “Christian” art and the concept of ‘art’ altogether. Rebutting Ancient Skepticism: provides an analysis and rebuttal of ancient Pyrrhonian skepticism. And Handling Money God’s Way is a practical post that gives Scripturally based principles and tips on how to manage your money.