Tag Archives: Christendom

Awakening in the New Year – Part 2

The following is from Gil Bailie’s new introduction to the audio book edition of Violence Unveiled: At the end of the last millennium, the Dominican scholar Aidan Nichols, issued a clarion call under the boldly retrograde title, Christendom Awake, in … Continue reading

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An historical perspective…

(Islam] very nearly destroyed us. It kept up the battle against Christendom actively for a thousand years, and the story is by no means over; the power of Islam may at any moment re-arise.” – Hilaire Belloc, 1938  

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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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