Monthly Archives: September 2010

CROSSED WIRES- or why we sometimes do the inexplicable


A friend of mine, Roger Thomas, brought this article to my attention. It is the best explanation I have read as to some voting habits people have, and explains to my satisfaction some puzzling choices people make over many years. … Continue reading

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Archbishop – there is no incontrovertible evidence that gays are born that way


The Times reports on its front page today ” that the Archbishop of Canterbury has declared that he has “no problem” with homosexuals being bishops, in his first explicit statement on the subject since taking office.  In an exclusive interview with The … Continue reading

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A REPLACEMENT FOR THE PATRIARCH OF THE WEST (ROME)?


The current juridical situation in Anglicanism closely resembles, at least in fragmentation, the present state of Orthodoxy. One might say that Rome has managed to avoid this frenetic competition among jurisdictions by eschewing Conciliarism in the 16th century. This is something … Continue reading

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CONCILIARISM, TRUTH, AND THE LARGER CHURCH


Fr. Ernesto continues his insights into Conciliarism with some thoughts about truth in relationship to knowing God’s Will. This is especially helpful as a window into one Orthodox priest’s views today. Much of what he says is accurate for the … Continue reading

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CONCILIARISM IN ORTHODOXY, ROME, AND ANGLICANISM


In light of the current discussion in the MSJ about Conciliarism, it is remarkable that Roman Catholicism has such a limited view about Conciliarism compared with Orthodoxy and Anglicanism.  Rome views Conciliarism only as a 15th -16th century challenge to … Continue reading

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HELLO FROM A SUPERNATURAL SCIENTIST


Relating science and religious belief is near impossible.  Faith, the basis of most religion, can not be reliably quantified. Science demands that results be quantifiable. Bruce Hood, who has impressive credentials, has written about his explorations into this subject.  He … Continue reading

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AND YOU FELT SORRY FOR YOURSELF?


I WILL NOT COMPLAIN ABOUT MY JOB EVER AGAIN… Repeat after me….. I WILL NEVER COMPLAIN ABOUT MY JOB EVER AGAIN!!!!! I will never complain about my job ever again. I will never complain about my job ever again I … Continue reading

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