You are here

As Eye See It
March 19 2018 By dvirtue Why, and what next? The questions Stephen Hawking couldn't answer

Should a professor of physics attempt to answer a question of metaphysics? Evolutionary biologist and atheist Stephen Jay Gould was emphatic that science and philosophy (or theology) were two separate conceptual domains. The Harvard professor coined the acronym NOMA (Non Overlapping Magisteria) to describe the Berlin Wall of separation between the two disciplines.

Read more
March 11 2018 By dvirtue The great lie that distinctions don't matter

Planned Parenthood and the Church of Scotland have one common goal. They want to erase the most fundamental distinction in creation -- the biological difference between men and women. There are no distinctions. This is one of the most insidious lies of the 21st century. Every day we are being brainwashed into believing that there are no distinctions, or that distinctions don't matter.

Read more
March 11 2018 By dvirtue Author slams Tutu for silence on Anglican Church child abuse

"The day Archbishop Tutu conferred my degree was not the first time I was touched by a clergyman from the Church of England in South Africa. In the years leading up to my graduation ceremony‚ I was being sexually abused by priests from the Church of England in South Africa. So far as I am aware‚ the Archbishop has never fully addressed such systematic and institutionalised sexual abuse happening in his own organization‚" he said.

Read more
March 08 2018 By dvirtue The Bishop as Absolute Monarch

As we are supposed to have learned in the Catholic Church, the systems of power enabled croneyism, nepotism, financial corruption and sexual misbehavior and then enabled it to be covered up, papered over and ignored.

If current stories from Rome are to be believed, however, our lessons have quickly been forgotten. Stories of homosexual orgies, drug fests, pornography, financial fraud and mismanagement at the highest levels continue to rock our church.

Read more
March 07 2018 By dvirtue Absolutely corrupted by their absolute power, the monsters in mitres

The Archbishop of Canterbury gets the first resounding slap on his wrist in chairman Alexis Jay's opening remarks. Justin Welby has been a naughty boy. He's told journalists he would be giving evidence. 'It is most disappointing that confidential matters were shared by the archbishop in breach of the undertaking,' says Professor Jay in disapproval of Welby's cavalier attitude.

Read more
March 05 2018 By dvirtue Is Evangelicalism outdated? Facing up to times of public shame, rejection and hostility

The week Guinness spoke, he said, was especially poignant because on the one hand there was an outpouring of tributes to Billy Graham, the most admired Evangelical in the world, and on the other hand, the bitter accusation by Juan Williams, a FOX news commentator, that Evangelicals were "selling their souls to Donald Trump."

Read more
March 05 2018 By dvirtue Church of South India Leaders Face Ongoing Fraud and Corruption Charges

The CSI is under the delusion that there are currently no problems faced by the CSI and that it is all hype created by certain trouble makers and anti-church individuals!

The Moderator believes that if those disgruntled persons are excommunicated, then all problems of corruption in the CSI will vanish.

Read more
February 28 2018 By dvirtue Has the cultural brain-washing gone too deep

What I didn't know was that these mild Anglicans were the last people on earth to want to do any brainwashing, but that other people and other ideologies would be along shortly who would be much more likely to try.

Read more
February 28 2018 By dvirtue ANGLICAN ZIONISM?

But there is a new Christian Zionism that some Anglicans are embracing. It is willing to criticize the state of Israel, has nothing to do with premillennial dispensationalism, and is agnostic about the details of the end times. It wants justice for both Jews and Arabs.

Read more
February 26 2018 By dvirtue Praise be for God's salesman Billy Graham, 1918-2018

'What I really wanted to talk to him about was faith,' Billy Graham writes in his autobiography. As his 20-minute slot was running out, Graham asked Truman about his religious background. Truman said he tried to live by the Sermon on the Mount and the Golden Rule. 'It takes more than that, Mr President. It's faith in Christ and His death on the Cross that you need.'

Read more


Barnabas Fund

Land of a Thousand Hills Coffee

Drink Coffee

Do Good

Sustainable Ministry

Coffee, Community, Social Justice

Trinity School for Ministry
Go To Top