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The “Fine-Tuning” of the Universe

“A common sense interpretation of the facts suggests that a superintellect has monkeyed with physics.”

The “Fine-Tuning” of the Universe

“A common sense interpretation of the facts suggests that a superintellect has monkeyed with physics.”

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It was a scientific norm to presume the big bang was utter chaos. This normality is now conjecture. Physicists, cosmologists, astronomers, and scientists of all kinds can no longer overlook the data of the low entropy state of the early universe – it was complex,
‘Twas the Night Before Council

And other legendarium of Saint Nicholas and the Christmas season.

‘Twas the Night Before Council

And other legendarium of Saint Nicholas and the Christmas season.

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It was a cold winter’s night in Nicaea when a sudden blizzard enclosed the known world. Unprecedented as it was, bishops trudged across Christendom by hoof and foot to assemble in what was to be the first real effort to obtain a sacred consensus—the First
Of Secular and Sacred Wisdom

"What has Athens to do with Jerusalem, the Church with the Academy, the Christian with the heretic?" A sanctifying bridge between theology and philosophy.

Of Secular and Sacred Wisdom

"What has Athens to do with Jerusalem, the Church with the Academy, the Christian with the heretic?" A sanctifying bridge between theology and philosophy.

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Throughout Christian history and even today, philosophy has been met with mixed emotions, whether it was measured a lower form of theological corruption, proof of God’s natural revelation, a tool of dogmatic refinement, or esteemed a servant of sanctity, even inspired to a lesser extent.
The Sound of Silence and the Otherness of Scripture

A brief observation on Biblical interpretation and typology in Hebrews 6:13–7:28.

The Sound of Silence and the Otherness of Scripture

A brief observation on Biblical interpretation and typology in Hebrews 6:13–7:28.

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When you read the Bible, how often do you look at the way the apostles saw the world and use that way of seeing for how you should interpret the Bible? Typology—a non-verbal prophecy consisting of signs, symbols, imagery, and allusions that point to a
Reflections on the Necessity of Baptism

Thoughts on its necessity, symbolism, and the consequences for rejecting it.

Reflections on the Necessity of Baptism

Thoughts on its necessity, symbolism, and the consequences for rejecting it.

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Is water baptism necessary for salvation? Honestly, I’ve come to loathe this question. It’s too philosophical for everyone’s own good, and it causes nothing but confusion. What do we mean by necessary? For starters, everyone agrees that God is not bound by the water used
God’s Children Are Not For Sale.

Film review on 'Sound of Freedom' and the sociopolitical sexualization of our children.

God’s Children Are Not For Sale.

Film review on 'Sound of Freedom' and the sociopolitical sexualization of our children.

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It was dead silent. Not a stir, nor a whisper. “Do you hear that?” said Vampiro. “That’s the sound of freedom.” I won’t give away what that sound was. If you haven’t seen it, I strongly encourage you to do so, and to support it
The Good Works of Sola Scriptura

Is Scripture alone sufficient for salvation? Or is it a sixteenth century invention by Protestants?

The Good Works of Sola Scriptura

Is Scripture alone sufficient for salvation? Or is it a sixteenth century invention by Protestants?

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I am no defender of the Protestant tradition. I aim for the truth above all else, and if the truth is Protestant, then so be it. The five solae of the Reformation, for instance, at first glance seem to flagrantly reject, out of an adverse
Satanic Nationalism and the Pitchfork in the Road

Progressive Christianity, Word of Faith, Wokeness, New Agism, Satanism, and our holy vocation toward a Christian nation.

Satanic Nationalism and the Pitchfork in the Road

Progressive Christianity, Word of Faith, Wokeness, New Agism, Satanism, and our holy vocation toward a Christian nation.

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I am sick to my stomach. The sudden unholy rise of Satanism, witchcraft, séances, psychic fairs, occult symbolism, and demonic rituals out of the depths of secular pop-culture is nothing short of disturbing. I’m sure you’ve seen it: Viral videos of SatanCon in Boston, the