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War On Heresy by R.I Moore

Catharism is probably the best known Medieval heresy.  It has popped up in Dan Brown and Bernard Cornwell books, and in Iron Maiden songs.  People may be familiar with the crusades against it, famous quotes like “ 328 more words


The Trinitarian God - Part Seven

The following from Jesuit, Karl Rahner, is a sad commentary on the Western church today. He said, “We must be willing to admit that, should the doctrine of the Trinity have to be dropped as false, the major part of religious literature could well remain virtually unchanged.” 763 more words


Task: Suffer a Dualism-Induced Collapse

Deluded victim of the language of dualism make comparison after comparison until unhinged by the tempestuous disquietude of that relentless mental activity you mistake for lucidity you fall into a state of total lunacy and the prisonlike structure of stupid distinctions you have constructed for yourself in a trance and watched slam close on your consciousness like the teeth of an intellectual trap crumbles into ruin right along with your mind.


"Spiritual But Not Religious, You Say? Impossible." - Talk by Fr. Cristino

There is an ever expanding demographic of modern, Western society that styles itself as spiritual, but not religious. In this talk delivered to the St. 56 more words

Words Of Truth

Consistency is the Baseline

Last post I wrote about how our perception of the world is affected by the truths we hold.  See First Post to read more.   This time I would like to challenge you with thinking about the consistency with which you act.   594 more words


600 BC: Life / Death

Tlatilco Mask (1100-600 BC);  the Tlatilco culture flourished in the Valley of Mexico between 1250 and 800 BC.

Not Everything is Beneficial or Permissible....

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In yesterday’s reading in the Book of Common Prayer, the New Testament Passage was 1 Corinthians 6:12-20. One of the key verses in this passage in 1 Corinthians 6:12-13 which state: 692 more words

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