Category Archives: religion

ANSWERING JESUS’ SKEPTICS — PART 3

In Part 2 of this series (ADDING A BIT OF PERSPECTIVE:  ARE ROMAN CATHOLICS JESUS’ SKEPTICS?), we considered the advisability of giving Roman Catholics a bunch of grief. That’s because many Catholic teachings seem to rely more upon tradition than … Continue reading

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ANSWERING JESUS’ SKEPTICS — PART 2

  ADDING A BIT OF PERSPECTIVE:  ARE ROMAN CATHOLICS JESUS’ SKEPTICS? As I alluded to in Should Catholic tradition have equal or greater authority than the Bible?, here of late several Christian blogs I frequent have taken up the issues they … Continue reading

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LIBERTINE, PURITAN, OR WHAT?

One of the things I like to do is study political terms. For some reason today it occurred to me to wonder about the relationship between the word libertine and liberal. It turns out there is a relationship. libertine (n.) … Continue reading

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WHEN THE COVETOUS RULE

ENVY AND JEALOUSY We live perilous times.  Yet I doubt Americans fully appreciate the danger. Instead, even most Conservative bloggers treat the matter as something of a joke. We Americans don’t laugh; however, we just don’t like being laughed at. Here … Continue reading

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NO POLITICAL FIX

Recently I reblogged a highly interesting post, Reblog: Article V Of The Constitution. The Final Straw?. In Article V Of The Constitution. The Final Straw?, posted at Political Realities,  SirPublius examined whether we could use Article V of the Constitution to … Continue reading

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