Monthly Archives: February 2010

MOST DANGEROUS PROFESSIONS BEHIND THE WHEEL


Many of my own conclusions about auto drivers were confirmed by an article I clipped from Consumers Reports. How about your suspicions of the road warriors careening around you on the road. Do any of you know these drivers? “A … Continue reading

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IS A RELIGIOUS RITE PROPERLY FOR THE RELIGIOUS WHO ESPOUSE IT?


(AFP)LONDON — Clerics from the Anglican church in England on Tuesday called for an end to rules that stop gay couples marrying in religious venues such as churches or synagogues. In a letter to the Times newspaper, they said the civil partnership act — which … Continue reading

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SOME ENCOURAGING PRO BONO WORK


Some encouraging pro bono work by my son and others.  It is gratifying to experience your offspring grab hold of your Christian values and faith. Fr. Orthohippo Detroit 2010 RLA Invitation ALLIANCE DEFENSE FUND & KIRKPATRICK LAW OFFICES P. C would like … Continue reading

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SPECULATIVE THEOLOGY, SPECULATIVE SCIENCE


Fr. Ernesto at OrthoCuban has been writing a series on bias in science.  He is spot on with his observations about this, and gives clear examples of how bias works, and how it ought not to work. This reprint is … Continue reading

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CHURCH SCANDALS – HOW DO DENOMINATIONS HANDLE THEM?


How does your denomination or church handle scandal and/or fiscal wrong doing?  Most of us have a hard time remembering when this happened to OUR group, except for the recent endemic sexual scandal of various sorts. One United States group … Continue reading

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TWO AMERICANS’ DIFFERENT CULTURAL BLINDERS – COLOR OF THE SEA


Interpreting the world around you through the prism of your innate world view afflicts everyone. It just afflicts us differently, depending on where we were given our innate world view. Only a few grow up in two or more cultures, … Continue reading

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The Church of England and The Anglican Church in North America


The Church of England did an interesting thing today. The Episcopal Church (TEC) in the USA has only bitterness and invective toward the newly formed ACNA (Anglican Church in North America. With 800 congregations, ACNA is about 10% the size … Continue reading

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