Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator Pope Francis arrived yesterday at the Baghdad International Airport to begin a three-day visit, the first of its kind, and the first visit for the Pope abroad since the COVID-19 pandemic began one year ago. Critics have wondered what difference the compassionate tourist could make, but the Pope has aimed […]
We have a lot of requests for introduction texts and this one is a classic – used by many Orthodox Seminaries, Byzantine Theology is now our Discord Group’s standard text. The book is an introductory overview by well-known Orthodox theologian and scholar of the 20th century, Fr. John Meyendorff, who is also the author […]
Global warming is the biggest challenge of all time. It impacts every living species. However, the inherent dangers are very difficult to comprehend. As such, people brush it off as one more issue in life that will somehow be handled, fixed, no worries, human ingenuity will prevail. But, what if it’s not that simple? Stuart […]
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Richard Grove of Tragedy and Hope and the Grand Theft World Podcast joins me to cover the recent shocking admissions on the part of the Davos elite and the World Economic Forum concerning the Great Reset, communism, dialectics, the banking power and the Vatican’s acceptance of these plans, so called “inclusive capitalism,” austerity, Klaus […]
Jay Dyer returns to Our Interesting Times to discuss his critique of David Wemhoff’s book John Courtney Murray, Time/Life, and the American Proposition. We also talk about the ongoing scams and the World Economic Forum’s planned Great Reset. Jay is the proprietor of Jay’s Analysis and the author of Esoteric Hollywood and Esoteric Hollywood 2. […]
As chief conductor of the saint factory, Pope John Paul II was always going to be, in time, canonised. Almost 500 saints were created under his watch. The previous 600 years had seen 300. But declaring him a saint in 2014, a mere nine years after his death, was speedy by the standards of the […]
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Is it all about the papacy? No! The top differences definitely include the issue of the papacy, but there are more fundamental doctrinal and dogmatic issues that come before the Roman Pontiff. In fact, the Vatican I doctrine really is based on mistakes relating to the Trinity and the Holy Spirit (Filioque), which conditions the […]
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Snek returns to discuss the rest of Francis’ encyclical Fratelli Tutti and the recent revelations of Francis in terms of the evolving moral stances of the Roman See. In the Middle Ages, usury was seen as evil, and later approved. For divine worship, pagan art was seen as dangerous at Nicaea 2, and then in […]
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Undue Influence by Nancy Ohanian A new national survey by the Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI) found that "the vast majority of Americans (70%) favor allowing gay and lesbian couples to marry legally, compared to 28% of Americans who oppose it.