The literal meaning of the term ‘philosophy of religion’ means, philosophical reflections on religion. The term “philosophy of religion” was used for the first time in English in the 17th century work of Ralph Cudworth. Cudworth and his Cambridge University colleague Henry More produced philosophical work with a specific focus on religion and so, if…… Continue reading A Reflection on Philosophy of Religion
Today, we do not find things that are religious rather we are called to make every action of ours religious.
“While the Salvation of the Soul is the end of religion, the Discovery of Truth is the object of Philosophy.” S Radhakrishnan A beautiful Quote on Philosophy and Religion…
What good can come from Albania?, a mostly asked question proves meaningless looking at its political and religious history. Albania, mostly a neglected country typically by the global leaders caught attention on September 21, 2014 when Pope Francis made his visit. Albania is very special, especially in today amidst widespread attack of the “Islamic State”…… Continue reading What Albania can teach the world?
Looking for the word in the dictionary one will feel that India is not a secuar country. Why? Because secular would mean a tendency, especially a system of political or social philosophy that rejects all forms of religious faith and worship. But for India secularism would mean an equal treatment of all religions by the…… Continue reading Is India a Secular Country?
This morning I was reading a book written by Fr. Anthony de Mello, namely Awareness. Thinking with the author I did feel that most often we do lot of renunciations to improve up on our life, be it spiritual, physical or psychological. Or we may be working up a bad habit of ours, but sadly…… Continue reading When denial becomes deprival…
At Weekly Audience, Reflects on the Role of the Foster Father of Jesus ROME, – During his weekly General Audience, Pope Francis reflected on St. Joseph, whose feast day is today. The Holy Father dedicated his catechesis to St. Joseph’s role as guardian of the Holy Family, a role that is an example to both…… Continue reading Pope Francis: St. Joseph Helped Jesus Grow in Wisdom, Age and Grace
(Love sacrifices) “Can I see my baby?” the happy new mother asked. When the bundle was nestled in her arms and she moved the fold of cloth to look upon his tiny face, she gasped. The doctor turned quickly and looked out the tall hospital window. The baby had been born without ears. Time proved…… Continue reading A Gift of Love
One day, I woke early in the morning to watch the sunrise. Ah the beauty of God’s creation is beyond description. As I watched, I praised God for His beautiful work. As I sat there, I felt the Lord’s presence with me. He asked me, “Do you love me?” I answered, “Of course, God! You…… Continue reading A love story: Because U r mine!
Phenomenology Religion This paper tries to understand religion phenomenologically from the point of view of “I Thou’ of Martin Buber