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Acts of Violence: A Theological Perspective

Violence is man’s greatest affliction, and unfortunately it was self-inflicted. Theologian Arthur McGill defines violence in the following way: “The term ‘violence’ refers to an event or an action that ‘violates’ some aspect of human life. Violence, then, is always connected with suffering.” (McGill, 19) This definition shows the nature of ‘violence’ I am speaking about. First, […] Read More

Pilate’s Dilemma: Caught in a Struggle of Truths

“So Pilate said to him, ‘Then you are a king?’ Jesus answered, ‘You say I am a king. For this I was born and for this I came into the world, to testify to the truth. Everyone who belongs to the truth listens to my voice.’ Pilate said to him, ‘What is truth?’….Once more Pilate […] Read More

Benedict and the Jets: A Lesson from the Monastery to the Modern World

Wake up…Kiss my spouse…Fight traffic….Go to work…Fight Traffic…Kiss my spouse….Pay the bills….Go to bed….Set alarm to repeat next day. Sound like a familiar routine? The world today is fixated on the busyness of daily life. It sometimes seems that one’s time becomes dictated by a pre-set schedule. Day by day and week to week, there […] Read More

Echoes of Wilberforce in Recent Pro-Life Events

Three videos have recently been publicly released from the pro-life advocacy group, The Center of Medical Progress, allegedly capturing high officials from Planned Parenthood discussing the trafficking of tissue from aborted fetuses. The videos have caused much controversy, and attention is being brought to both Planned Parenthood and the CMP to examine the truths of those […] Read More