Alright Ladies and Gents, I have an assignment for a class that I need to collect data sets for, and not having the time to go quiz 60 people on the street, I thought I'd appeal to the good people…Continue
"I have heard from friend and some family that Confession in a Protestant setting is somewhat more common than we would think: many pastors, knowledgeable about the Bible and this commandment, are willing to hear confessions in the privacy of their…"
"I was raised Protestant, but I was not a very good Protestant. I didn't (often still don't) know Protestant theology, traditions, history, ecclesiology, or any other subject. I went to church on Sundays as a kid, learned BIble stories, in…"
"Somehow I never looked over the article before. I think the author is looking for disagreements so hard he finds them when they aren't there.
...but then I saw one that was dead on. This doctrine is present, although without the…"
"Kenneth, get to a parish. You need to go to Confession, go to Mass, and get into your faith. Get connected with your parish priest. Confession is gonna be your best friend.
"Do it yourself" is not only the absolute worse advice for a…"
The Harry Potter Series, anything by C.S. Lewis, instructional books, Shakespeare's plays (particularly Much Ado About Nothing and A Midsummer Night's Dream), The Hitchiker's Guide to the Galaxy, and the Sherlock Holmes stories.
Big Fish, Star Wars, Stranger than Fiction, Avatar, Secondhand Lions, Pan's Labyrinth, Sliding Doors, Catch Me if you Can, Bug, Indiana Jones, and The Man in the Iron Mask.
Almost anything, from Sinatra to Barenaked Ladies to Bouncing Souls and Haydn.
I'm am Orthodox, how could YOU tell? The photos with the bishops? I pegged you because of the host with the Chi-Rho. Not many beside a traditionalist Western Christan would have that. I didn't check your page so I just went for RC or CoE.
If you're wondering about any obscure celtic saints, tomorrow is St Lawdog's day. He was a 6th Cent. Welsh saints. Not much is known of him, but he does have 4 churches dedicated to him in St David's Diocese. I'd be interested in talking theology with you some time. I come from a traditional Lutheran background, and converted to EO a couple years ago after a LONG search for the fullness of Truth.
Hey there Rawb. Welcome to AoM. Also, thought I'd also give you a friendly invite to check out my new group The Great Debate. Just click on "Groups." It's the one with the colorful galaxy picture. It's also one of the most active groups on AoM. In any case, great to have you aboard.
"I don't want this to descend into a debate about the civil war. All I'm saying is I don't know what the common soldier was fighting for/thought they were fighting for, or what their family thought they were fighting for. In an age…"
"His history is extremely one sided. He completely ignores the fact that 4.5 slave states remained in the Union, 4.5 left the Union only after the attack on Fort Sumter, the same economic warfare England had used on the American colonies the North…"
"I think the thing about when neo-confederates pull out the "ordinary soldier didn't fight for slavery" argument is that few, if any, ever cite actual soldiers' words in support of this argument. Surely there are CSA soldier…"
"You could be right. We just don't know what these folks were told when they were being recruited. Some may have been told, yes, this war is about slavery, but it's also about...Personally I think all this, is good for our country.…"
"Even if a monument "commemorates those that gave their lives", it is commemorating those that gave their lives in the service of a political regime whose primary goal was enslavement of blacks, regardless of how those individual soldiers…"