Monthly Archives: June 2011

G.K. Chesterton’s Aversion to Perennialism

In so many of the religious dialogues I have with people, whether they be classes, sermons, discussions, or blogposts, there always seem to be one or two who disagree with me (which is welcome, of course) and they almost always … Continue reading

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The role of church

People do not need a church’s guidance; they need its support.

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Muslims? Jews? Christians?

What’s all the fuss about? Muslims? Jews? Christians? We’re all just Zoroastrians anyway; let’s get over ourselves & accept it.

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Incentive-based Education

To any of my fellow Americans who would like to pay teachers based on performance: You can’t afford us.

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Imagine That: A More-than-Christian Faith

Imagine That: A More-than-Christian Faith Justin C. Maaia Washington National Cathedral Baccalaureate Mass To the National Cathedral School Class of 2011 Look around you; to the sides of you; in front of you; in back of you. Do you trust … Continue reading

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