Out of season, preach [2 Tim 4]

The children of ideology lie as easily as their master, who is the father of lies. Using scare quotes after burning down the first floor of the Martin Luther King building at Bezerkly is justified. No, this is not satire. The key question now remains: Was the “violence” Wednesday night justified? I am of the … Continue reading Out of season, preach [2 Tim 4]

An open lectionary post to Tony Campolo [II Thess 1]

Over at Carlos Slim's Blog, one of the tame Churchians is saying that white Christians are irrelevant and we must all be beige because progress and them evil evangelicals voted trump. We,Tony Campolo was a spiritual advisor to Clinton, and his mate Jim Wallis was one to Obama. The amusing thing about their philosophical ineptitude … Continue reading An open lectionary post to Tony Campolo [II Thess 1]

Memes of the day.

Vox Day found this, but it is not his, so I am going to share it. The problem here, you see, is not race. It is virtue signalling. It is assuming that if you let others in, and have no restrictions on movement, including your enemies, you are being loving. It assumes that love is … Continue reading Memes of the day.

We need continual reformation because we default to churchianity.

I have to remind Mundabor that the non judgmentalism and lack of a spine when it comes to guidance is not a poisonous fruit of the Protestants. The Protestants are just as cross-grained and against this world as the Traditional Catholics: it is our duty. We have to guide, and to guide means we have … Continue reading We need continual reformation because we default to churchianity.

The Churchian endgame.

I want to start today with quoting something Bill Price wrote last night, comparing the growth of the Amish (which is by having children and them staying in the community, not bu conversion) with the Episcopalians. More in sorrow than anger: I know godly Anglicans. I also know that there is a faction within that … Continue reading The Churchian endgame.

A reformed geek discusses the Theodokos, and other things.

I am not going to go through a detailed discussion of Mary. If you want to see how Catholic Theology approaches this, there is a very long and detailed exposition in MULIERIS DIGNITATEM that dives into the murky depths of who is the Theotókos. IAnd I am not John Paul. I'm a reformed layman. What … Continue reading A reformed geek discusses the Theodokos, and other things.