Monthly Archives: May 2016

Jonah and the really big fish..

Originally posted on See, there's this thing called biology…:
Not sure why, but Jonah keeps coming up lately. First it began with a discussion with some people about how a whale couldn’t have possibly swallowed Jonah, therefore we must…

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St Michael and his miracles

So about a month and a half ago, I donated an icon to my church–a statue of St Michael the Archangel. We put it on the credence table. He is depicted crushing the Devil. A couple at my church volunteered … Continue reading

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TheTrinityDelusion says we’re Gnostics???

This post was apparently written back in November, 2011 and I am now responding to it. TheTrinityDelusion apparently is accusing Trinitarians of being Gnostics by using a series of false dichotomies in this post of his here. I hope to … Continue reading

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and the most ridiculous video on YT award goes to…

TheTrinityDelusion for “Was God DEAD?” Apparently, this guy has done “exhaustive research” on the Trinity and has come to the conclusion that the Trinity is some sort of lie created by the Devil to deceive people into believing Jesus was … Continue reading

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What I’m reading right now…

Well, actually, I recently finished St Hildegard’s Scivias. What an exhaustive read that was! St Hildegard’s Scivias is perhaps the most thorough dogmatic theological text written by a woman in the Middle Ages and perhaps is the only dogmatic theology … Continue reading

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The odd Bible…

I never really understood the question of those texts where God seems to go on this mass-murder spree. Jessica has written about this issue today. I know many Christians are satisfied with the answer that we read the scriptures through … Continue reading

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That little word “until”

Matthew 1:24-25 – “he took her as his wife,┬ábut had no marital relations with her until she had borne a son” (NRSV-CE) It is well-known by virtually everyone except for a select group of Protestants and a certain crazy liberal … Continue reading

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