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Protestant Theology is Philosophy, Not Theology

So much of Protestant thought is sophisticated philosophy. That is not a compliment.

What do I mean? I mean they over-philosophize to attempt proving what anyone who has a heart attuned to the Spirit can discern otherwise. 814 more words

Celtic- St. Benen of Ireland - 9 November 2016-2

St. Benen of Ireland, Bishop of Armagh, Saint Patrick’s chanter
(Benignus)

Saint Benignus of Armagh (died 467) was the son of Sesenen, an Irish chieftain in that part of Ireland which is now… 439 more words

Feasts And Commemorations

An Open Letter From The Presiding Bishop

Many ministries like to claim that they are spirit led. For those readers unfamiliar with the jargon commonly used by more traditionally minded Christians, Spirit led basically means that we believe that God, through the Holy Spirit, communicates his direction to us. 1,479 more words

The Earliest Christian Ascetics and Their Fall From Grace

The Scripture warns against asceticism and the earliest known Christian ascetics were known to be Gnostics. While the Scripture admonishes Christians to live a life of self-sacrifice and generosity, it never warns against creaturely enjoyments. 1,656 more words

Christianity

JaysAnalysis: Basic Metaphysics - Logos and Logoi (Half)

In this talk, I give a basic introduction to classical metaphysics and theology based on St. John of Damascus’ Fount of Knowledge: The Philosophical Chapters… 80 more words

Orthodoxy

Start Your Day Off Right with this 1600 year old Prayer! (You can do it, and you'll be better off for it!)

It’s old……but it is STILL good!

I often find nourishment for my faith when I read and pray through old prayers. Sure, the church has changed over the years. 250 more words

Christianity