No matter how far one subsumes themselves in modern pleasures or goal-oriented pursuits, an all-enduring truth remains. That is, there exists no substitute for faith, and the more we neglect this actuality through constantly seeking to “live in the moment”, the starker it grows. Before proceeding, I’ll clearly preface this post with the following: I… Continue reading Where There is No Substitute For Faith
Christianity can be helpful when it ensures civilisation is tied to tradition, as well as human life, rather than secular hedonism, materialism and nihilism. But when the Church warps Christian teachings by presenting Jesus as a refugee, we get into dangerous territory. Because ultimately, this narrative gives globalists a moral blank check to inundate the… Continue reading When Christianity goes rogue
Pat Buchanan, April 13, 2017: “Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani? (My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?)” Those are among Jesus’ last words on the Cross that first Good Friday. It was a cry of agony, but not despair. The dying Christ, to rise again in three days, was repeating the first words of… Continue reading Will Christianity Perish in Its Birthplace?
Yesterday, I attended a funeral service, that placed a heavy emphasis on traditionally catholic principles. While not militantly atheist, or especially religious, and as somewhat of an outsider to catholic doctrine, I was particularly taken aback by comforting aspects that faith brought to the occasion. Yes, there were tears, there were expression of loss and… Continue reading The role of faith
I am a young person, and my religious connections developed as such. Most young people in Australia are at least agnostic/atheist, or not truly engaged with the fundamentals of their faith, which probably reflected my own religious views. I consider myself to be agnostic, and from what I perceive to be from a rationally informed… Continue reading Implications of a decline in Christian values