Tag Archives: Christianity

Logos

As I have often said from the podium, it helps to clear away the “spirit of the age” clutter to ask: Why are we here? Or: What are humans for? Now that I’ve violated the one grammatical principle that I … Continue reading

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The Crutch of Disbelief

Many people believe either that Christianity is nonsense or that any form of it that would be recognizable to the Christians of the past is too out of step with the age and too politically dangerous to be tolerated. They … Continue reading

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Proof

Christianity has never produced proofs in the sense given to the word by gross men; its best and only proof is just that it offers none. Charles Péguy

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A view of multiculturalism from 1925

The theory was that a Christian and a Mahometan might learn the same lessons in the same class, on ninety-nine subjects out of a hundred, so long as nobody mentioned Mahomet or mentioned Christ, It seems strange that nobody noticed … Continue reading

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The Human Problem…

“Without God, without this personal and transcendent God in the world, this Spirit and Father God, who reveals himself first to Abraham, to Moses and to the prophets and who is made definitively manifest in Jesus, this God of the … Continue reading

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Western Civilization and Christianity

“Let us state to begin with that our European civilization is basically Christian. It would be foolish to seek another basis for it. It is no less foolishly irresponsible than thinking we could maintain it at all costs, coping with … Continue reading

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It can be done.

“They had been men of little faith, with their continual questioning and their childish egotism; but now they went out into the civilized world full of the spirit of self-sacrifice and strong in soul. And they carried the new fire … Continue reading

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Training in Christianity

Søren Kierkegaard (whom I’m re-reading of late) has left a message in a bottle (so to speak) for Nancy Pelosi and her ideological allies. Non-Catholic Christianity having now taken so many different forms, Kierkegaard’s critique retains its clearest pertinence, mutatis … Continue reading

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Kill the Christians – BBC documentary

If only everyone in our (for the moment) comfortable part of the world could see this heartbreaking video. Please share it with others.

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