Tuesday, May 06, 2008

Human Nature

is a nonsense term for most university professors, I suspect. So, while I'm trying to master the basic terminology for discussing English literature, you may peruse this:

Christ Against the Multiculturalists: "Address written for entering students of Wabash College, Class of 2012
Christians believe that God became human in Jesus Christ. If so, it follows that there is something called humanity. That is, humans have a nature, a shared or common nature. Human nature is not just a social construction. Human nature is real. And if it [...]"

(Via FIRST THINGS: On the Square.)

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