This is an intermission from my thoughts on “Love’s Opposite“, but I will continue my thoughts (Part TWO), as time permits me.
In the meantime, I had a very interesting discussion with an Orthodox Facebook friend of mine yesterday, and rather than just talking about it I thought I’d post the entire image of the thread right here…. Read the rest of this entry »
This is a brief but sincere confession regarding why I still feel bonded to you, but have made a choice that most of you have not…… Read the rest of this entry »
Quote Frenzy ► “The Liturgy will save the world” † “In the Liturgy, postmodernism simply doesn’t have a target” † “Only Incense can stop postmodernism” † “At the sounds of the Liturgy, the idols of hermeneutics fall down” † “Clouds of Incense are immune to Derrida”
Yes, I’m still thinking about that great blog post by Jacob; Only Incense Can Stop Postmodernism. This is not an analysis of his post, just some thoughts stirred up from reading it…. Read the rest of this entry »
While going to Rome, it was a wonderful escape from antinomianism, from sola authorities and from polar conundrums. But while going East, the horizon had met me. The nagging had stopped. The fears had all vanished. The rightness was so loud no question was threatening. No answer was pragmatic, superstitious or presumptuous, but forced me to be closer to death, and closer to life; His death, and His life. I can never, and will never, be able to say, that “I have arrived” to complete this salvation, or to never have wonder or to hope again. But I can now say, that I indeed have come to the end of a long road of nagging uncertainty. The answer has met me; does God love me, my family, my neighbor, and even my enemies? Yes He does.