Monthly Archives: December 2013

Dallas’s Routine Game-Ending Interception

http://www.nfl.com/gamecenter/2013122903/2013/REG17/eagles@cowboys#menu=highlights&tab=recap I must say, I’m actually quite happy for the Eagles here. The Colts are my favourite team, no question about it. But my dad’s side of the family is from Philadelphia. So I do show a preference for the … Continue reading

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Went To an Episcopalian Church Last Night

No, Episcopalians are not Catholics. The reason why I went there is because my younger sister had the opportunity to play flute in the choir. My mom’s been commenting on how amazing the Episcopalian Churches are and how they are … Continue reading

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Happy Byzantine Christmas!

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Hiatus

Hi guys. I will be on hiatus for a bit. Until I do some more reading. You can still my posts on my page “aguywhoreviewsbooks.wordpress.com” and I’ll try to continue meaningful things on “aretheymetal.wordpress.com” but until I study up a … Continue reading

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Orthoducks vs. Orthocats

I’m kind of liking the cat better.

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Ritz – The Red Cracker

My older sister commented on her blog… One of my coworkers has pictures of himself that he prints out for his students to deface when they are good in his class. Another one of my coworkers took his idea, but … Continue reading

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A Blast From My Past

We used to sing this song in our children’s group at the Evangelical Non-Denominational Church I used to attend before moving out after about 16 years in it. It was getting too commercial and they kicked the college group out … Continue reading

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Are Atheists Rather Closed-Minded?

Here’s the issue: A lot of atheists repeat the same exact arguments over and over, again and again acting like they need to be refuted. However, when you give an atheist a quality researched book to look at refuting these … Continue reading

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Hemant Mehta’s Article: Is The Church Opposed to Gays, Women, Science, and Sex Education?

Hemant Mehta has written a response to Robin Schumacher on this issue and I thought I’d write my own response to Hemant Mehta contributing to the discussion. Note that this is not a complex philosophical defense on the Catholic Church’s … Continue reading

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Was Mary a Perpetual Virgin?

The teaching of the perpetual virginity of Mary within the Eastern Orthodox and Catholic Churches generally causes problems for Protestants. As such, it is typical to see Mary’s perpetual virginity from non-Catholics as, less strongly, a doubt, but more strongly … Continue reading

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Why Debating With Feminists is a Ridiculous Waste of Your Time

On the occasion, it is typical to hear feminists launching attacks at the Catholic Church for not ordaining women (which essentially means our Eastern Orthodox brethren are being attacked as well) and often times this boils down into a conversation … Continue reading

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Happy Christmas From the Maronites

And let’s not forget that he came with only one primary mission…to die.

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Why I’m Not Convinced By Liberal Protestants

I was talking last night about what we were talking about in the liturgy yesterday at the Parish. Protestants pretty much reduce God to an academic level. Of course, my dad got all defensive about this (he’s a hardcore Protestant) … Continue reading

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