Monthly Archives: January 2007

WISDOM: Monster over Man

I would choose any monster before man, because even the most terrifying monster is less terrifying than man…Oh, I am speaking the truth, I am speaking from my heart. For man invented and made sin, death, and hell. And this … Continue reading

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Thomas Jefferson, the Koran & Slavery

Recently, a black congressman — a Muslim — was sworn in using Thomas Jefferson’s copy of the Koran (Quran). The following excerpts from an article by Ted Sampley show how ironic that was. Ellison, who was born in Detroit and … Continue reading

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Bouncin’ ‘Bout the Blogosphere

Houston … we have a program: Orthodox Radio’s a Comin’.The deal hasn’t been inked yet; details forthcoming. Have you heard of the Trojan Horse of Islam? A Bishop Speaks on Abortion & Amos. This sounds way cool: Orthodox Writers’ Week. … Continue reading

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Wisdom! (What She Said — Her, too)

I couldn’t help but notice a striking difference between the following two quotes; the first comes from today’s issue of DYNAMIS, the second from a retired bishopess of the Episcopal Church. Wisdom’s Discernment: “…she goes about seeking those worthy of … Continue reading

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Scratching the Surface & Ol’ Scratch

There’s an old story about the Duke University basketball team that involves the school’s mascot, the Blue Devil. It seems that it was one of those rare occasions when the team had lost on the road. They were headed back … Continue reading

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Episcopal Priest Looking East

A while back, through the Antiochian webpage, I received an email from an Episcopal priest interested in Orthodoxy. I wrote a response and tried, using everything but snail-mail and alchemy, to send reply through the addy listed and variations thereof … Continue reading

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Whither the [Black] Man?

Martin Luther King Day has come and gone, and so has the young black man, about whom the right dare not say a thing, and the left will not say a thing, lest they each admit that they have failed … Continue reading

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