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“The Poor You Will Always Have With You”

This of course is a Gospel promise, to be sure – directly equivalent to “Lo, I am with you always, even unto the end of the world.” This is because, without the poor, there is no one capable of interpreting … Continue reading

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Reboot: Doctoris Angelici

The blog has gone a bit stale. Time. I have none of it. Before travelling through some Presocratic lands this all began with a bit of Thomas Aquinas. Perhaps revisiting this territory might serve as an occasion for a reboot. … Continue reading

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Sodom & Gomorrah

And whosoever shall not receive you, nor hear your words, when ye depart out of that house or city, shake off the dust of your feet. Truly I say to you, it will be more tolerable for the land of … Continue reading

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In which I circumscribe the definition of “theology” so that I don’t break my self-imposed blogging regulations

There is of course the classic two-fold distinction between natural and revealed knowledge. This is often traditionally extended to knowledge of God – knowing God in two ways. Never mind that for now. I’m not interested. My interest is in … Continue reading

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LULZ

I apologise if this post appears to be theology. It’s not. Not exactly. It’s just a rough and tumble paraphrase of the rhetoric of the Augsburg Confession. Dear Emperor, Seeing as you’ve taken upon yourself to defend the one true … Continue reading

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Not Dead Yet?

I meant to post something about this a couple of months ago. Better late than never. I’m not dead yet. The other Miliband would have us know he’s not dead yet, just the “Big State.” He appears to be putting … Continue reading

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The Iliad

The true hero, the true subject, the center of the Iliad is force. Force employed by man, force that enslaves man, force before which man’s flesh shrinks away. In this work, at all times, the human spirit is shown as … Continue reading

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