Tag Archives: Moral questions

Swimming Rivers

There has been a long thread on the Facebook Discussion Group for Anglicans Considering the Anglican Continuum (closed group). It concerns the relative merits of those Anglicans who become Roman Catholics through the Ordinariate or normal diocesan channels, or yet via … Continue reading

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Euthanasia

I came across this video this morning on YouTube. The video is centred on two persons wishing to die, an old lady in good physical and mental health who could not get over her grief on losing her daughter, and … Continue reading

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Away from the Stereotypes!

The more I think about my subject matter of yesterday (it was Rev. Clatworthy who got in my cross hairs, but I’m tackling the ideas and not the suspected inner intentions of persons), the more I find myself with various … Continue reading

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Relevant?

On reading two postings by Fr Jonathan Munn on matters related to liberalism and our Anglican Catholic identity, (Revising Anglican Catholicsm and Sacramental Validity: a response to the Rev Mr Clatworthy) I discovered the website Modern Church, which seems as “single … Continue reading

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The modern western secular world is itself a Christian creation.

It often happens in these gloomy November days that I become more reflective about some of the fundamentals of our existence. Today is the feast of St Martin and Remembrance Day, celebrating the end of World War I in 1918. … Continue reading

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Annihilationism and Pope Francis

Just under two years ago, I wrote A vision of hell in which I discussed. I also brought up the subject of Annihilationism in Christian Humanism in the summer of 2016. It would appear that Pope Francis is a partisan of this idea … Continue reading

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A right to health and life?

For as long as I can remember, my father (veterinary surgeon) and my brother (medical doctor) bewailed the state of the National Health Service (NHS) in England. This subject comes up a lot these days because of the American mess … Continue reading

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