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Talkin' 'Bout My Generation

No, I’m not talking about Millennials or Baby Boomers, though if I were it would certainly increase the number of hits on this post. I’m a member of that rather ill-defined group that we call Generation X. 1,041 more words

United Methodist Church

Concept: Schisms and Conflict

Conflict is the mother of story. Without conflict, a story is either pointless – and therefore boring – or simply has not yet reached the point where conflict has been introduced. 1,617 more words


Questions of "Primacy" Continue Today

The question of how, precisely, one is to understand the concept of “primacy” in the Church continues into the present age.  As the Catholic and Orthodox Church continue to dialogue, this issue, which has been a central factor in the division between the two, will continue to be a point of discussion.   249 more words

The Great Schism

Subverting the Faith of Many

St. Clement, in his letter to ”the Church of God sojourning at Corinth,” writes:

“Why are there strifes, and tumults, and divisions, and schisms, and wars among you? 191 more words

Rome is Preparing a Schism

Excerpts from Yuca Nation

… The whole problem of the Union in Truth is in sin. And only in sin.

Sin divides and separates. Sin makes two many things in thought and will. 122 more words

Eyes Opened

schisms are nothing new

Yesterday in church, we reflected on “church.”  The prayer of the day asked our merciful God to allow his church, gathered together and enlivened by his Holy Spirit, to be an effective witness to his power throughout the world (Collect from Proper 16, in the BCP). 161 more words


From the Trad subculture, with love

Last night I discovered the reason I got off of facebook with glee a few  years ago, I made a simple remark on an academic question, and then the whole thing, by another response which I thought was rather insignificant, turned into a long and ranging debate, with none other than Mark Shea chiming in by means of his usual unhelpful way. 3,710 more words