Good King Josiah

Josiah Restores True Worship  1 Now the king sent them to gather all the elders of Judah and Jerusalem to him. 2 The king went up to the house of the LORD with all the men of Judah, and with him all the inhabitants of Jerusalem—the priests and the prophets and all the people, both…

Peter Parker on 2001: A Space Odyssey

Our friend Peter Parker draws out even further insights from his angle. -Jay By: Peter Parker I’ve noticed the traditional “luciferian” formula of the atheistic type, generally goes like this. 1.)Primitive man makes evolutionary leaps by virtue of his imagination. 2.)Initially Man cannot distinguish between himself and outer nature. 3.)Through his imagination, Man creates subject/object…

Too Much Information

Why do we love the videodrome so? -Jay Destroyed by MTV, I hate to bite the hand that Feeds me so much information The Pressure’s on the screen To sell you things that you don’t need It’s too much information for me

Remember Jah Jah? Buy Her Magic Wands!

Remember the Jah Jah who blasted me last year, saying “Fu&$ your god and F*%$ your Bible!”? Inbetween her busy schedule of being “Aaron Russo’s cousin” (supposedly), having 50 Cent and Paris Hilton stealing all her lyrics, as well as fraternizing with her friends in  high government, she’s also an entrepreneur, selling her own magical healing…

The Death Penalty

Vindicating the Justice of the Death Penalty By: Jay It has become popular in certain circles of Catholicism, Orthodoxy and Evangelicalism, to oppose the death penalty as something “unchristian.”  I have had many discussions on this topic with professing Christians from all stripes.  However, this response usually comes from a misplaced “sentimentalism,” rather than the divine founts of…

St. Hilary Reproves the Protestants

St. Hilary of Poitiers (300-368) rebukes the Protestant view of the believer’s union with Christ, word for word, and interestingly, the Protestant argument is the same as the Arians (whom he is writing against).  Its also essential to note that the unity spoken of here is a real, ontological deification.     -Jay On the Trinity, Book VIII:…

Mainstream Historian on the Revolutionary Carbonari Conspiracy

By: Jay As with my article on the prevalence of the masonic-Illuminati in top, mainstream historians’ works, the truth is often uncovered even in scholarship opposed to the principle of “secret cabals” influencing history.  Cambridge historian David Thomson writes on the back cover of his Penguin Europe Since Napoleon that “The pattern of European development since 1789 can be understood only by study of those all-embracing…

Simple Response to Keith Mathison on St. Irenaeus

-Jay Protestant apologist Keith Mathison argues in his Sola Scriptura book that the idea of Apostolic teaching coming in a solely oral form from any apostles was an invention of the 4th-5th century, seen first in Ss. Basil and Augustine.  He argues that previously, in, say, St. Irenaeus, “tradition” for the early Fathers, is the same thing…