Tag Archives: St. Augustine

“[E]xplain which of the proofs [of God proposed by those who came before St. Thomas] … you found most interesting and why”—discussion prompt answered by Cameron Daly

Last night, I posted what follows to the above discussion prompt in the truly epic Philosophy of God class I’m taking at Holy Apostles this semester (taught by Prof. Christopher Apodaca). As another point of interest, yesterday was the fourth … Continue reading

Posted in College Discussion Posts, Other Reflections/Thoughts | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

“On Time,” by Cameron Daly

With my fall semester and sophomore year at HACS having started just yesterday, it seems like a fitting time to upload my term paper for Philosophy of Nature, the excellent course I took over the summer. I’m happy to say … Continue reading

Posted in Papers | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

The Unchangeable God and His Changeable Creation, by Cameron Daly

One point of St. Augustine’s I’d like to highlight is the changeability of all creatures—that is, of all things created by God—spiritual and corporeal alike. 1 It’s interesting and relevant for me in particular as it ties in with something … Continue reading

Posted in College Discussion Posts | Tagged , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Catholic Answers Teaches us How to Pronounce “Augustine” and Gives us a Good Laugh–by Cameron Daly

So I was recently debating with my mom over how to pronounce “Augustine”; I thought it would be pronounced “Uh-GUS-tin,” while she thought it would be “AW-gu-STEEN.” In my quest to prove my point, I came upon a Catholic Answers … Continue reading

Posted in Other Reflections/Thoughts | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment