True Words . . .

Tenth, religion. No single explanation exists for why the War for the Greater Middle East began and why it persists. But religion figures as a central element. Secularized American elites either cannot grasp or are unwilling to accept this. So they contrive alternative explanations such as “terrorism,” a justification that impedes understanding. Our leaders can…

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On praying . . .

…on the Jesus Prayer In the First Epistle to the Thessalonians the Apostle Paul says: “Pray without ceasing.” How then, is one to pray unceasingly? By often repeating the Jesus Prayer: “Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy on me.” By becoming accustomed to this appeal, great consolation and the need to continually make…

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If a church must be . . .

…”welcoming” – this is an attribute equally descriptive of hell …”positive” and “entertaining” – this is an anti-intellectualism defining ‘the primacy of fun’ in the parish …”profitable” – this is a materialistic notion that defines and restrains the church mission If a church must be anything, it must be truthful to God, its creed, and…

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