Dostoevsky, Frankl, and the Innate Human Desire for Freedom

Dostoevsky, Frankl, and the Innate Human Desire for Freedom

Dostoevsky's Notes from the Underground focuses on the ramblings of the "underground man" as a stand-in for Russian alienation at the turn of the century. The most poignant aspect of his rambling is underground man's depression and his alienation. He sees himself as both elevated above the rabble of humanity, but also completely at odds with [...]

On the Ordinary Nature of the Crucifixion

On the Ordinary Nature of the Crucifixion

The Redemption of mankind on the Cross, or more precisely, the bloody Sacrifice of Jesus for our sins, is not extraordinary if we see it within the fullness of Merciful Love. In coming to know that the ultimate sacrifice of Christ is fully within the Divine Will of the Father, we can appreciate the beauty [...]

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