This started out as a reply to a reply to a comment I made over at Theology and Justice [which also has this post that I recommend to, well, anyone who’s reading … Continue reading Accept the Mystery or Take the Leap?
An exercise in a kind of speculative theological anthropology, what follows is not intended to represent any established doctrine of the Church but rather only the development of my own thought … Continue reading It Only Leads If It Bleeds
In response to my post, Strange Bedfellows, a new reader commented: “I’m scratching my head. I can only say that your take on Catholicism is very different from that in … Continue reading Strange Bedfellows II: Citing the Sources
As a break from a much more serious and involved post on sacrifice and the economy of salvation (which is taking longer to articulate than anticipated), I thought I’d get … Continue reading Classifying Catholics
A sentence you’re about to read may strike you as almost scandalously shocking in the context of a blog on Catholicism, so I offer this preparatory caution and beg your forgiving … Continue reading Strange Bedfellows
Over on Godless Cranium’s blog, there’s a post that includes the following tale: When someone asked why Christ had to die for our sins, rather than God just simply forgiving … Continue reading A Lesson On Haphazard Commenting
In this post there are no major doctrinal issues at stake, no deeply serious questions of faith or understanding, but rather just one of those odd little things that caught my … Continue reading “I Had One Joke!”