Monthly Archives: January 2015

Political Philosophy

Political philosophy is an academic discipline in its own right, and like any other, takes years of study and work. I have studied other things in life, and am not inclined to go into this in a big way. Some … Continue reading

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Smoke of Satan

I have been discovering some new blogs. All blogs reflect the opinions of those running them. Mine does too. I could easily take offence at some of the comments concerning my person, but I take time to find out why … Continue reading

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Rocks and hard places

A dear friend wrote to me this morning observing that my blog had been quiet of late. I have to admit that I was quite stirred by the growing uncertainties of our world. We suffer from a saturation of information … Continue reading

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Rumours of Vatican III

Rumours flying around Rome of Vatican III I don’t know if this is true, but Charlie Hebdo‘s pencils will be poised for a feast of satires! They don’t only draw smelly old men in turbans with flies buzzing round their … Continue reading

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The Pipe of Peace

I have had some careful defusing to do over the past day, regarding the article Europeans are frightened in The Anti-Gnostic blog. The person running this blog is spiritually of Episcopalian origins. He is now an Orthodox Christian and tells … Continue reading

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Charlie Hebdo, Terrorism, etc.

I wrote several articles following the atrocity committed by three gunmen in Paris last 7th January. They claimed to belong to Al Qaeda, and later, that organisation confirmed that this was the case. They killed journalists and cartoon artists of … Continue reading

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Communion in the Hand

Responding to The Red Herring of Communion in the Hand, Fr Robert Hart has written something interesting on Facebook: Normally I avoid these specifically Roman Catholic problems, inasmuch as my own position is perfectly clear for all to read. But, … Continue reading

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