No Fate Except for What We Make

It's a line from the science-fiction Terminator films: "There is no fate except for what we make." While this may be a popular culture cliche from the 1980s, there is an element of truth to it, and it most certainly ties back to the Christian faith. Humanity has a tendency to default back into the... Continue Reading →

Why Do I Go To Mass?

I am a Catholic. The reason why I go to mass is pretty simple. I go to mass solely for one reason and one reason only. It is to worship God. I don't really go for any other reason. That's pretty much it for me. I go to mass because I know that is the... Continue Reading →

The Heresy of “Don’t Judge”

It's a popular narrative from the eighth chapter of John's gospel (John 8:1-11). A woman is caught in the very act of adultery. She is dragged before Jesus by the scribes and Pharisees, so as to put Jesus to a test. They wanted to see what he would do with her. The Torah (Law of... Continue Reading →

Jesus Christ is God

In my last essay, There Is A God,  I argued that belief in God is not only reasonable and logical but that it's also totally natural. Belief in a Creator, or Divinity, has been the natural order of things throughout man's history, and in spite of the temporary aberration called Marx-Darwinian Atheism, the majority of... Continue Reading →

Create a website or blog at WordPress.com

Up ↑