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Quote of the Week: Robin Waterfield, "René Guénon and the Future of the West"

Tradition was essentially the body of knowledge and self understanding which is common to all men in all ages and nationalities. Its expression and clarification forms the basis of all traditional wisdom and its application the basis of all traditional societies. 53 more words


Walking the road

Last night, as you do in Lent, I joined a Lent Group. This one is ecumenical so it means meeting people from other churches, which has to be a Good Thing. 737 more words

Episode 8 - Brad Jersak, Her Gates Will Never Be Shut

Dr. Brad Jersak – author, speaker, theologian and ordained reader in the orthodox church – joins me to discuss his book: Her Gates Will Never Be Shut – Hope, Hell, and the New Jerusalem. 93 more words

Interview: Growing Solely From Love

This Imbolc, I interviewed several Appalachian Wiccans, including my friend Abby whose interview I transcribed below:

Me: Thank you for agreeing to this interview. I’m really excited to hear your perspective on some of the questions I’m asking.

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21st Century

Are you still in your sins?

by Mike Ratliff

22 For as in Adam all die, so also in Christ all will be made alive. 23 But each in his own order:Christ the first fruits, after that those who are Christ’s at His coming, 24 then comes the end, when He hands over the kingdom to the God and Father, when He has abolished all rule and all authority and power. 

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Berkouwer and Barth on Universalism

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Barth has tried to affirm universal election without moving from there to universal salvation. There have been different reactions to his theology. 2,650 more words


Hula Hoops, Fads, and the Consensus Patrum

Who remembers the hula hoop? Released in 1958 by Wham-O, it swept the country. I was six years old and I had to have one, just like all the other kids in my neighborhood. 2,612 more words