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Faith and Contemporary Society

Introduction When you think about it, faith is a strong and compelling word. Derived from the Latin, fides,[1] it describes a relationship of trust and confidence in someone or something, in most instances without proof – but is this the … Continue reading

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The Church, Science and Evolution

On one point, Mr. Sokolic and I do agree: that the Father is creator of all heaven and earth. It is how this came about which always invites so much controversy and rightly so, for who knows the mind of God? Continue reading

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Humanities Inhumanity – a moral outrage!

How dare we refer to ourselves as “humanity”! In so many ways there is absolutely nothing humane about us – we can be so selfish, arrogant and sadistic. “Love one another as I have loved you”, was the final great … Continue reading

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Is Christian Persecution on the Increase?

In a recent address, Pope Benedict XVI described Christians as the religious group which suffers most from persecution on account of its faith. He cited atrocities in the Middle East and elsewhere but Iraq in particular, where the Syrio-Catholic Cathedral … Continue reading

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Science Trumps Religion…or does it?

Science will always decimate religious thought on the basis of rigorous scientific proof that is, subjection to the utmost of scrutiny and peer review; or so one of the more popular rebuttals against religious thought goes! Simplified, unless you subject … Continue reading

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