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No chain is stronger than its weakest link...

Where is the wise man? Where is the scribe? Where is the debater of this age? Has not God made foolish the wisdom of the world?

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G. K. Chesterton

Guarding The Flock: Ten ways that error can creep into the Church

Elders have a dual responsibility. There is the positive duty to feed the sheep by teaching God’s Word. This can often feel like the easy and enjoyable part. 1,170 more words

The Christian Life

Our Hero Looking For Heretics 

Now that Noynoy is no longer working hard running the county he is now looking for heretics to burn at the stake. Only the Liberals know what to do with this country and anybody else is against us.

Politics

Past is History, Not a Mystery

For those that past is not history but a mystery

Anything that can’t be explained a miracle

At the drop of a hat those who are ready… 161 more words

Poetry

Our Greatest Gift

An entirely under marketed asset  that all would be well advised to invest in, sweat long and hard for, buy, create, steal – whatever it takes – is self knowledge without the “self” part. 661 more words

Manualist Monday: Benedict XIV on communicatio in divinis with heretics

After a rather extended hiatus, occasioned by some personal mortifications on our part and the subsequent onset of Lent, we return with a short piece, the posting of which has been far too long delayed. 2,475 more words

Manualist Monday

Diversity and the Feast of Cruelty

The chasm between what diversity says and what it does is at this point so extreme that some explanation seems called for.

On its face, diversity is a moral principle–a call for respect, inclusion, and recognition of the perspectives and experiences of others. 1,101 more words

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