Talk of thankfulness pervades the Scriptures. But how well do we really understand the concept of gratitude. Matt has done some thinking about this recently with a fellow scholar from Biola University, Dr. Kent Dunnington. Along with Alastair, they tackle some tricky questions about gratitude. How should we understand the relationship between the gift and the giver? How important is it to have the emotions of thankfulness? And do you really need to send thank you cards?
Addiction and Virtue: Beyond the Models of Disease and Choice, by Dr. Kent Dunnington
Humility, Pride, and Christian Virtue Theory, by Dr. Kent Dunnington
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