Stuck on the Road to Emmaus
- Should have? Could have? // Christian Science Monitor;9/20/96, Vol. 88 Issue 208, p17
Discusses the author's experience in realizing self-fulfillment and seeing new opportunities as a result of practicing Christian Science. Previous ambition by the author to become a musical conductor; Features of the opportunity to experience good; Biblical advice on putting one's talents to work.
- Leave your nets? // Christian Science Monitor;11/3/97, Vol. 89 Issue 237, p13
Discusses the search for security and fulfillment from a Christian Science perspective. The example of the fulfillment that Simon Peter, the apostle, found when he left his fishing nets to follow Jesus; The fulfillment available in the present to believers; The role of childlike receptivity to...
- Society's soaring aspirations. // Christian Science Monitor;10/3/97, Vol. 89 Issue 217, p17
Looks at the fulfillment of our spiritual goals and aspirations in God, according to Christian Science. Why seeking fulfillment in anything less than God is bound to be unsuccessful or unsatisfying; The aspiration of the heavenly; God as the only true fulfillment; What is possible through...
- INTRO TO Yoga Philosophy. Rosen, Richard // Yoga Journal;Mar/Apr2004, Issue 180, p53
Presents arguments for and against a system to follow spiritual practice. Attachment of value to such a system by tradition; Image of a boat used to symbolize the spiritual path; Realization of the authentic self.
- Seeing Scarcity or Abundance. CHU, ERNEST D. // Spirituality & Health;Sep/Oct2008, Vol. 11 Issue 5, p80
An excerpt from the book "Soul Currency: Investing Your Inner Wealth for Fulfillment and Abundance," by Ernest D. Chu is presented.
- W.H. AUDEN'S 'VESPERS': A CHRISTIAN REFUTATION OF UTOPIAN DREAMS OF ULTIMATE FULFILLMENT. Curtis, Jan // Renascence;Spring2000, Vol. 52 Issue 3, p203
The article presents a contextual analysis of the poem "Vespers," by W. H. Auden, as part of the poetic hermeneutic "Horae Canonicae." The author discusses the illusions of Utopian and Arcadian visions of ultimate fulfillment within the poem, explores the Christian understanding of ultimate...
- THE TRUE ULTIMATE END OF HUMAN BEINGS: THE KINGDOM, NOT GOD ALONE. Grisez, Germain // Theological Studies;Mar2008, Vol. 69 Issue 1, p38
The author argues against the view that the true ultimate end of human beings is only in God, attained by the beatific vision. The alternative proposed is that human beings' true ultimate end is fulfillment in God's kingdom, a communion of divine Persons and created persons, in which human...
- Revisionists, deontologists, and the structure of moral understanding. Melchin, Kenneth R. // Theological Studies;Sep90, Vol. 51 Issue 3, p389
Analyzes the processes of moral understanding operative in the methods and claims of various parties in the debate over concrete moral issues in moral theology. Main lines of debates in Roman Catholic moral theology; Analysis of the debates; Issues affecting the empirical methods of moral theology.
- Jesus and Christian ethics. Spohn, William C. // Theological Studies;Mar95, Vol. 56 Issue 1, p92
Examines three themes characterizing recent theological studies in Christian ethics. Shift from history to ethics; Sage-vs.-eschatological prophet debate; Use of analogical reasoning; Survey of contemporary scholarship.