Monthly Archives: June 2008

Should women be ordained?

I raise this question only because in this day there are still those who wish to betray two-thousand years of Church History, a strong tradition of conservative theological interpretation, and an unwavering testimony of Sacred Scriptures affirming that women must … Continue reading

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A Day Of Celebration: 2nd Amendment Lives

WASHINGTON (AP) – The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that Americans have a right to own guns for self-defense in their homes, the justices’ first major pronouncement on gun rights in U.S. history.

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Traveling again…be back on the 24th.

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Book Review: For All The Saints by N.T. Wright

N.T. Wright writes a fine introduction on how Christians should view the saints that have departed. He shatters certain misconceptions that have plagued the Church for centuries. Among them, is the horrific doctrine of purgatory. As an able historian and … Continue reading

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Back for a short while…

I have been traveling the last week and am home for a couple of days before I hit the road again. As my licensure exam approaches I will need to spend more time in preparation. While traveling, I was shocked … Continue reading

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No blogging for the next 10 days…

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Liturgy as Eucharistic

Contemporary services are filled with a delight for the somber. In particular, many come to the Lord’s Table without any expectation to be renewed by God’s grace. The table, to many, serve only as a post-liturgical stick note, rather than … Continue reading

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Why we’re Libertarians

The Independent Institute’s Anthony Gregory explains why we’re libertarians. Antiwar Radio: Anthony Gregory [36:57m]: Hide Player | Play in Popup | Download

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