Monthly Archives: December 2010

WHEN BISHOPS QUIT —-


Results are not always what one expects.  Unexpected consequences often totally change what we expect to happen.  Here is an example from church life between the actions of two bishops who had similar expectations.  Geography usually plays little role in … Continue reading

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THE APOSTASY OF EUROPE AND ITS CONSEQUENCES


In earlier posts I have mentioned the problem of Muslim immigration in Europe’s nations, as well as the retreat into spiritual and cultural relativism.  Here is a more penetrating description of those and other aspects of these problem and how … Continue reading

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DID THE CELTS REALLY EXIST IN BRITAIN?


Celt is a mystical word for many of us. As with so much of our casual knowledge, what we know is often inaccurate and/or incomplete. Simon James has extensively written in history, and gives an interesting insight into Celtic/British history. … Continue reading

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WHO VISITS FR. ORTHOHIPPO?


Anglican, all sorts 16.36% (27 votes) Episcopal 2.42% (4 votes) Evangelical 16.36% (27 votes) Main Line Protestant 6.67% (11 votes) Catholics, all sorts 21.21% (35 votes) Orthodox, all sorts 23.03% (38 votes) No affiliation 3.64% (6 votes) Muslim 0.61% (1 votes) Other 2.42% (4 votes) Lutheran 6.67% (11 votes) Total Votes: 165 The Orthodox lead the list, with Catholics in second. … Continue reading

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THIS IS YOUR BRAIN WHEN PRAYING


I remember during my college days hearing about the brain patterns of Hindu yogis.  They were different from “ordinary” people when the yogis were meditating, and even at rest. The methods of testing used were primitive by today’s technology. These … Continue reading

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YOUR CONGREGATION: WOLVES AMONG THE SHEEP


Most of us have only the sketchiest understanding about where our denominations actually come from. We are weak on history, and take as gospel whatever bits we have been taught. One of the necessary problems in church life is that … Continue reading

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FORCING PEOPLE INTO CITIES – a bill for consideration


Senate bill 1619.  This bill will be back. There is a great love in certain political circles for social engineering to “improve and equalize fairness in living conditions. Senate bill 1619 is one  such effort. Bob Livingston brought it to … Continue reading

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