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Sola Scriptura

In this month of October, celebrating the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, it is a good time to reflect on the authority, inerrancy, and infallibility of the scriptures. 442 more words

Healing the blind -a question of timing and location

Jesus is travelling through Jericho and as he is coming out of the city, two blind men cry out to him and ask him to heal them. 712 more words

Bible Studies

GOD AND HER ENEMY 'BIBLICAL CHRISTIANITY'; CREATION AND HER RAPIST HUMANITY: AN EXPLORATION OF MOTHER!

From Ryan Bordow over at Sitting in the Cinema:

Disclaimer: this is a personal interpretation of mother!, Darren Aronofsky’s latest film—a piece of cinema very much open to interpretation. 250 more words

K.u.K. HRM 8: Further Instructions Regarding Our Holy Father

 K.u.K. HRM Official Order No. 8

Members of the K.u.K. HRM:

  • Due to the confusion in the Holy Church surrounding fundamental teachings of the Doctrine of the Holy Faith, many commendable initiatives for the clarification and reaffirmation of the Faith have taken place during this Pontificate.
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Hapsburg Restoration Movenment

“Scientism” in politics still presupposes that human welfare is its object, a concept which is utterly alien to totalitarianism. It is precisely because the utilitarian core of ideologies was taken for granted that the anti-utilitarian behavior of totalitarian governments, their complete indifference to mass interest, has been such a shock.

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Politics

Charity covereth a multitude of sins: How selection bias hinders faith

“I charged the Saints not to follow the example of the adversary in accusing the brethren, and said, “If you do not accuse each other, God will not accuse you. 1,212 more words

Tabs Review #1

  • Sirach 24 – While reading True Devotion by St. Louis de Montfort I realized that my Bible’s version of that chapter differs from Vulgate and Septuagint and it is especially crucial for allegorically/prophetically Marian texts which are not included in the modern translation.
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Mary