Tag Archives: Christianity

God is for Life…

Not Just for Christmas. This is the religious spin on that old adage about a dog being important all the time, not just the day you got it. But, unfortunately, both the dog and God get taken for granted for … Continue reading

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Blinded by the Light?

Saul of Tarsus on the Road to Damascus St. Paul‘s conversion to being an Apostle of Jesus Christ has all hallmarks of an internal experience. (The Acts of the Apostles, chapter 9, is where you can read about the ‘event’:) … Continue reading

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Carmelite Sisters of St. Teresa

Just so we don’t skip by yesterday‘s post and not mention St. Teresa of Ávila, here’s the coat of arms for the order she founded. Isn’t it great how divergent thoughts link up?

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Who was the Beloved Disciple of Jesus?

Was it St. John the Divine? This is one of the enduring questions which has puzzled Christians from the 1st Century CE to the present day. And the fact that there are so many competing theories has not made it … Continue reading

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A Faith & Science Question was Answered

Egyptian Myths and Mysteries I’ve been reading Rudolf Steiner’s series of lectures from 1908, in which he compares Egyptian knowledge to be the same as that which is echoed in our own times. None of this is new to me, … Continue reading

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The Upside Down Kingdom

The Last Shall Be First and the First Last This saying of Jesus is repeated a few times in the Gospels, but do we really understand what he was saying? In Mark chapter 9, a dispute is going on among … Continue reading

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Title of the One True Cross?

In Reverse… Holy relics, especially in the middle ages, were very lucrative business opportunities. Some would even say: crimes of opportunity. Here’s one that has a modicum of reality to it. For one thing, there are three versions of the … Continue reading

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