Tag Archives: Theology

Bloody Hell!

I have greatly appreciated the new posting of my brother in the priesthood Fr Jonathan Munn who has written The Eternity of the Other Place. I had a short discussion with him on Facebook, which inspired his article. We seemed … Continue reading

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Romanticism and Traditionalism

A major article has just appeared on the Orthosphere blog – Romanticism & Traditionalism. It is not a new article, but the blog acknowledges the source. The themes given here have resounded with me ever since my university days in … Continue reading

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Christian Humanism

The themes keep going through my mind – those of the Romantic’s lament over our passing as humans and our being brought back to a kind of feudal existence under the domination of the strongest. We have to begin with … Continue reading

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Inclusivism and Exclusivism

This is just to follow on from my earlier posting, because I am a priest belonging to an orthodox (little “o”) Christian Church, and have responsibility in regard to my Bishop and the faithful in our Diocese who read my … Continue reading

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Contrasting Notions of Redemption

I have been running this blog for a good long time and I often have to use the search function to find out how many times I have written about a subject. One I have certainly written about is the … Continue reading

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What readers are looking for

Just a little flit to my stats page. I was quite struck with “hippie charicature” (the word is spelt caricature). Quite a few people these days are causing problems for barbers by depriving them of business! Oh well, each to … Continue reading

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Original Sin

I have just been reading this article on original sin from a “liberal” point of view. The author’s thesis is that this doctrine needs to be “reviewed, reformulated, or even discarded”. The ideas he expressed fit in entirely with my … Continue reading

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