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Coat of Red, Coat of Gold

Welcome back to part two of this highly unusual and deeply untruthful three-part series here at Factually Deficient! If you missed Part One, or read it but just kind of miss it and want to read it again, you can find it… 578 more words

Blatant Lies

Church of Scotland takes step closer to gay clergy - The Scotsman

The contentious issue of the ordination of gay ministers in the Church of Scotland has cleared a major obstacle following a majority presbytery vote.

Out of a total of 45 presbyteries, 28 voted in favour of a “mixed economy” proposal, with 11 against and six still outstanding. 138 more words

Church Of Scotland

The abomination of denominations

The following brief article (and fairly lengthy post!!) was prepared some year or so ago for another forum which has now closed down. It addresses a question raised in that forum concerning the proliferation of denominations in Presbyterianism. 1,212 more words

Christian Church

Church communion and schism

This quote is taken from the Original Secession Church Testimony and addresses the sin of schism in the Christian Church. It follows the statement opposing latitudinarianism and precedes one concerning the lawfulness of separation from corrupt Churches. 284 more words

Christian Church

Novena to the Divine Mercy

From Divine Mercy in My Soul (The diary of St. Maria Faustina Kowalska)

Novena to The Divine Mercy

Which Jesus instructed me to write down and make before the Feast of Mercy. 2,323 more words

Spiritual Direction

Lions and Manes

Welcome back to yet more lies and damned lies (if not statistics) here at Factually Deficient! This week, I’m going to do things a little bit differently– partly making a virtue out of necessity, as I’ll be travelling for the next couple of weeks and wouldn’t want the public to miss their weekly lies. 474 more words

Blatant Lies

Carl Jung and Catholicism and Protestantism

To Pastor H. Wegmann

Dear Pastor Wegmann, 6 December 1945

Your standpoint, I think, is sufficiently clear.

I have nothing against it in principle, since Protestantism stands or falls by it. 1,268 more words

Carl Jung