Daily Archives: April 18, 2011

The Origin of Nominalism

“The real origin of nominalism is to be found in all churches that refuse to discipline in terms of their baptism, whatever their practice of baptism may be” (To a Thousand Generations, p. 7).

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From the Past: Betrayal in the Garden

Here is a re-posting of my Good Friday homily last year. Betrayal in the Garden Homily: People of God, there is a venomous snake in the garden. While the great Messiah and his disciples enter the garden, a certain snake-like-figure … Continue reading

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Midday Prayer: The Daily Office for Monday, 18th – Holy Week

O God, make speed to save us. O Lord, make haste to help us.Glory to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit: as it was in the beginning, is now, and will be for ever. Amen. … Continue reading

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Lenten Quote, Day 35

The cross is the light of the world; on the cross Jesus is the firmament, mediating between heaven and earth; the cross is the first of the fruit-bearing trees, and on the cross Jesus shines as the bright morning star; … Continue reading

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