God The Pragmatic Principle

Friday, August 16th, 2013

f there was no image of God—such as what Christianity believes, and widely touts about Jesus with room for minor civilizational modifications—with no texts of any kind, and you were all on your own, with no reference point, what would you ponder to be the qualities of the source of existence? Would you be willing […]

The Damnation Of The Mirror

Tuesday, June 11th, 2013

o Messiah takes great pains to explain what the thief represents, and how different his mission should go, in a perfect world. This is Christ the Lamb, the gentle, the meek, the righteous, the simple, the lightbringer, the deliverer, in essence, the Savior. But as with all Eastern paradoxical concepts, there is the opposite likeness […]

Not The Same God Today, Tomorrow Another Story

Wednesday, June 20th, 2012

UALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP)—Malaysia will allow the Malay edition of a Catholic newspaper to resume publication, lifting a ban imposed for its use of the word “Allah,” an official said Thursday—a move likely aimed at assuaging the anger of minorities in this Muslim-majority country. The Herald, the country’s main Roman Catholic newspaper, will not be […]