Category Archives: Truth

Mind Someone Else’s Business

Rabbi Yitzchok Adlerstein, over at Patheos asks: “Is there a middle path we can  steer between a silence imposed by relativism, and a voice that others see as  narrow and strident?” He begins: You Jews hate all the rest of us—and … Continue reading

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Exposing Relativism

J. Budziszewski, over on CERC tells three stories to show the inconsistency of moral relativism. This one is priceless. Mocking relativism One day a student approached me after class. He reminded me that I had mentioned moral law during the … Continue reading

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Are You a Groupie or a Disciple

A Protestant pastor asks an important question. Are we just fans who think Jesus is awesome, or are we followers who want to become like Him? Excerpt: Finally, a thought crossed my mind: “I wonder what Jesus taught whenever he … Continue reading

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Right Thinking Will Not Be Tolerated

Ha!  This video is too funny. H/T Patrick Madrid Very funny. But sadly it is all too true. There are people in academia and behind church pulpits who actually believe and say such things.  The idea that teaching is bad … Continue reading

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Loving The Sinner

Christians should never forget that God is Truth and Love. Therefore as Christians we are called to act in truth and love. These two concepts can not be separated. In the Encyclical Caritas in Veritate, Pope Benedict wrote: Charity in … Continue reading

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Free To Be

According to the Church true freedom is not the right to choose to do anything that we want. Not all choices are good. Many choices on the buffet, choosing abortion for example, are evil. When we go against God and … Continue reading

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Mind Over Matter

In my crusade against truthiness, I enlist the fine mind of Msgr. Pope from the Archdiocese of Washington DC: Excerpt: “There is a tendency in the modern age, at least in the Western world,  to trivialize the human person. One … Continue reading

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