Tag : ecclesiology

Written on Aug, 28, 2019 by in | Leave a comment

…done right, or rather preached rightly, the Gospel even more so than “history rescues precious memories from the darkness into which they would otherwise disappear, forging a sense of continuity with the past” and more than in the past. Done right, or rather preached rightly, the Gospel and Holy Tradition connects us to God, to each other, and to the Kingdom that is to come.

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Written on Jan, 29, 2019 by in | 1 Comment.

Reconciliation between Churches, as between individuals, first of all, requires a willingness to be reconciled. This, in turn, requires a willingness to acknowledge my own faults even and this even if I believe that I am (mostly) in the right.

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Written on Nov, 08, 2018 by in | Leave a comment

…it’s obvious that the gatekeepers of the old world have been bypassed. There’s now a direct audience-to-ideologue connection. Jordan Peterson often points to this direct connection as one of the key binding agents in the Intellectual Dark Web – that people like him, Sam Harris, Ben Shapiro, Dave Rubin, have built their own vast audiences from nothing but charisma and ideas …

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