memorialday

The Physical Body And The Christian Faith

Memorial Day is a bit of a downer in its origin. People died in wars. It’s not a happy thing but we thank and honor them. By chance today I happened on a Christian blogger talking about Christian death. I’ve never understood the part of Christian death that promotes whole body burial. It’s so impractical,…
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paganchurch

How To Chat With A Pagan

After you ask, “Where to you go to church?” and the answer is “I am a Pagan”, what do you say next? There are some things you should not say. I would guess a tiny fraction of Christians around the world have ever meant a person from one of the Pagan faiths. Pagans did not…
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whiteonly

The End Is Near, Again (and Again)

A while back we heard gay marriage was the last moral straw. It was a signal the end is near. But gay marriage is here and the world did not end. Now we learn it is because the real last moral collapse is trans people in the wrong rest room. The list of the final…
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hellfire

What If There Really Is No Hell

Now that gay marriage is winding down somewhat, the argumentative in the faith need a new greviance. Sure, there is transgendered rest rooms but it will soon be resolved in favor transgendered people. I’m predicting the next major issue is hell. Hell is such a big topic to some of the readers here that according…
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lazyman

Virtual Baptisms Join Virtual Confessions

A while back I wrote about virtual confessions now available in the Catholic Church. These are confessions one can do on a computer at a site run by some branch of the Catholic Church. Now a Protestant branch of the faith has come up with its own on line ritual. This is on-line baptism. Apparently,…
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