Tag Archives: Atheism

Meltdown?

Dr William Tighe draws our attention to Anglican Church in Meltdown. The article is inevitably written by the ever-smug Fr Dwight Longenecker. I could say say all kinds of unkind things like wondering what he’s doing in America and so … Continue reading

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Near Death Experience

I have been reading quite a bit about evidence for what we Christians believe, namely the immortality of the soul. When we see death, it looks so final, so hopeless, so irreversible. The absence of a departed loved one seems … Continue reading

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Are the Atheists our Enemies?

I received a very kind message from my Bishop this morning who found that it was wise to put The Anglican Catholic to bed for a little while until it gets focused on positive themes and transcends the kind of … Continue reading

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Religious Fanaticism

I have already written on this subject, especially when commenting on the Grand Inquisitor theme. My task here is simply to offer a few summary ideas to help us all to understand how the “mechanism” works. Fanaticism is not the … Continue reading

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A timely sermon

I received this only this morning, and find it so appropriate for the grave things we have had to consider. I acknowledge the authorship and ownership of this text. It certainly rings true to someone who has been more badly … Continue reading

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But before we can start awarding ourselves Victoria Crosses…

It is a line from a World War II film in which a small group of commandos destroy a dam in Yugoslavia to stop the Germans from getting to a vital strategic place over an almost impossible-to-destroy bridge. Sergeant Miller … Continue reading

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Eliminating Atheism by Force

Several blogs have come up with the tragic story of an Orthodox priest who had to bury his own son. This was Aaron Kimel, the son of Fr Alvin F. Kimel, an American priest who was originally Anglican, became Roman … Continue reading

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