Monthly Archives: July 2014

Ready, Fire, Aim [UPDATED]

(By the way, the post title comes from a quote Feser used to describe the way Vincent Torley’s response read to him.) I don’t get this response, by Lydia McGrew to Dr. Feser’s recent couple of posts on Intelligent design. Now, … Continue reading

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The Pope and the Cold War

Yes, that’s right. I am writing about the Pope who played a pivotal role as a major world figure during the cold war. His calls for peace were critical in preventing hostilities at one of the most dangerous periods in … Continue reading

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The Red Pill’s New Hamster

Had some technical issues putting this post up, but they should be fixed now. Here is a post by Matt Walsh. I like Walsh. I’ve linked to him in the past. He actually has some excellent stuff out there. But … Continue reading

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Nothing to See Here

From “The Huffington Post“. France’s politicians and community leaders have criticised the “intolerable” violence against Paris’ Jewish community, after a pro-Palestinian rally led to the vandalizing and looting of Jewish businesses and the burning of cars. It is the third … Continue reading

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No, You Still Can’t Divorce

On Dalrock’s thread “Radio Silence and Dread” I got into a discussion with a commenter who suggested that the husband threaten divorce as a last resort if the wife was refusing sex. I disagreed, and said that for a Christian … Continue reading

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Modern Thought in a Nutshell

I was going to write a whole piece about this article, which is about how the “women against feminism” are really just good feminists, because it’s pretty awful throughout. But this one line encapsulates all modern thought beautifully, and in … Continue reading

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No sin sends you straight to Hell

On Cail Corishev’s blog (which I’ve linked to and complimented in the past, though we don’t agree on everything) I responded to somebody named BradA who wrote this: I have not been in the RCC for quite a while, but … Continue reading

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Even in Marriage, Authority is Derived from the Consent of the Governed

According to Catholic theology (and as far as I’m aware the the theology of the majority of Protestant churches), a marriage is not valid unless both the wife and husband agree to the marriage. Otherwise, whatever anybody says, no marriage … Continue reading

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Malcolm’s Law

If you’ve compared yourself to some sort of historic persecuted people or person because somebody has criticized you on the internet, you’re probably wrong. This is doubly true if the person you’ve compared yourself to is Jesus.

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Ross Has Responded

Here is his comment. Here is my response, re-posted here: All right, here we go. Thanks, at least, for responding. It appears very strongly to me that you actually put words into people’s mouths which they have not stated and … Continue reading

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