What should have primacy in our lives?
- Secular knowledge or spiritual knowledge?
- Science or Faith?
- A magnetic compass or the Moral Compass?
- Philosophy or Theology?
All are important to be sure, but consider this…
“. . . one could live very well without philosophy or without knowing that the earth revolves around the sun. Man cannot live, however, without moral certainties, without being able to form sure judgments about the behavior of others toward him.”1
- Luigi Giussani, The Religious Sense (London: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1997) p. 19.