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Prudence > Courage
December 12, 2014
by Matthew Lee Anderson

There may be many ways to do wrong in this world, but there are also many paths to the right; those governed by prudence are willing to at least admit the possibility.

Matthew Lee Anderson is pursuing an D.Phil. in Christian Ethics at Oxford university. He is the author of Earthen Vessels and The End of Our Exploring, and he writes regularly at MereOrthodoxy.com

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