Monthly Archives: March 2015

“There is an end to the deadly tedium of the impersonal”

I AM THAT I AM.  Yes, indeed, it is He Who is Being. He alone truly lives. Everything summoned from the abyss of non-being exists solely by His will.  My individual life, down to the smallest detail, comes uniquely from … Continue reading

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Fr Thomas Hopko on Armageddon and the End of the Age

Protopresbyter Thomas Hopko fell asleep in the Lord this past Wednesday. May his memory be eternal and may his soul rest in peace.

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Clothing Christ in the Poor

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by Herbert McCabe, O.P. In my view to assert that God exists is to claim the right and need to carry on an activity, to be engaged in research, and I think this throws light on what we are doing … Continue reading

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When Does Mere Christianity Become Less than Mere?

Last month Roger Olson posted an article on his blog arguing for greater modesty in theology: “Theology and Speculation.” He followed this up with a piece on divine timelessness as an example of unwarranted speculation. Theologians typically engage in a … Continue reading

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Meditating Four Quartets: East Coker (V/2)

Home is where one starts from. As we grow older / The world becomes stranger, the pattern more complicated / Of dead and living. Not the intense moment / Isolated, with no before and after, / But a lifetime burning … Continue reading

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Justification as Adoption into the Trinitarian Life of God

It is time to move beyond the old and new perspectives. I find myself nodding in hearty agreement to Dr Tilling’s arguments and commend it for your consideration. But as I was listening to the lecture I kept experiencing a … Continue reading

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