What Has Happened to the Catholic Church in One Easy Article

By: Jay If you’ve read much in terms of Catholic theology and Church History, it’s not too long before you come into contact with various theories about what has happened in the last several decades. There are countless magazines, books and theories, from all different vantage points – some “rad trad,” others less trad, but everyone knows…

Bowie’s “Labyrinth” – Esoteric Analysis, pt 3

By: Jay Dyer Previously, we saw that Jareth had a kind of attraction towards Sarah, reminiscent of the angelic attraction towards the “daughters of men” of Genesis 6. Sarah entered this mystical realm of fantasy/psyche, seeking to figure things out. What she has so far found is that the world is not really as it seems, and…

“Weird Science” – 80s Alchemy Based on Gnostic Myth

By: Peter Parker Although the idea that Weird Science is rife with occult underpinnings might, at first, seem a ludicrous contention to some, on closer examination of the text numerous esoteric currents begin to emerge. The film and by extension the music video make use of numerous cultural artifacts that have their origin in the…

Athanasius Shows the Reformed to be Arian, Pt 2

[So stop trying to get the hypostases to split and damn one another, Protestants! -Jay] Four Discourses Against The Arians, Discourse III: 54. Therefore as, when the flesh advanced, He is said to have advanced, because the body was His own, so also what is said at the season of His death, that He was troubled,…

Eastern “Orthodox” Marcionism?

The Metropolitan, George of Lebanon, openly rejects the God of the Old Testament. In the last few weeks, I have seen 4 Orthodox prelates make similar statements.  But I’m sure I’ll be told I’m bad for pointing this out. However, if you agree with this, be on your merry way and keep your heresy. This…

James White’s Open Trinitarian Error

By: Jay Dyer Granted, this is vintage Alpha Omega Ministries, and maybe James White has changed his position since then, and if so, I will gladly retract this post. However, as it stands, it’s pretty bad. White tries to explain the Trinity in this post and says much that is good (even citing St. Gregory…