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A Trinitarian Dilemma

This post attempts to lay a simple foundation for defining the Doctrine of the Trinity in a way that allows me to accede to an acceptable level of intellectual assent. As my knowledge grows, I would hope to expand on … 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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Veneration versus Idolatry

A letter from Tony Meehan (Southern Cross August 17) highlights an important distinction between anamnesis and the idolatrous and sometimes hedonistic beliefs of paganism. He is right when he says that statues, crucifixes, relics and the like are material things, … Continue reading

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