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Nihilism & the Dead End Philosophy of Modernity: Jay Dyer on Rome is Burning

Rome is Burning Podcast invited me on their show: “The Gang gets together and talks to Jay Dyer, the man behind Jay’s Analysis and author of Esoteric Hollywood. We talk about nihilism, Orthodox Theology, movies, and the future.” Stream or download here. Purchase my book here. To support my work, become a member at JaysAnalysis for 4.95 a month,…

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Catholic, Orthodox, Atheist & Alt Right: Jay Dyer on Mysterium Fasces

I join three AltRight guys on their podcast to theology, religion, philosophy and all things entertainment and geopolitics.   The discussion is theology-heavy for all you theo-nerds out there. Stream or download here.  Purchase my book here. To support my work, become a member at JaysAnalysis for 4.95 a month, or 60.00 a year, for my full talks and interviews, as…

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The Heresy of “Christian” Millennialist Zionism

John Hagee: A Case in Point About Evangelical Zionst Errors Demonstrating where bad hermeneutics and theology lead, plus evidence of a continued conspiracy against historic Orthodox Christianity. (c) 2007 By: Jay Dyer Pastor John Hagee of the the large Cornerstone Church in San Antionio, Texas has recently published a book, “In Defense of Israel,” in which…

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Jay Dyer on God, the Devil, and Tragedy & Hope w/Tim Kelly

Stream or download episode here.  Jay Dyer returns to Our Interesting Times to discuss the latest installments of his Tragedy & Hope lecture series. We talk about Napoleon Bonaparte and how he was a likely agent of the dominant European banking houses. We also discuss the intrigues of the Atlanticist powers in the interwar period…

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Non Serviam – Anarchism as a Dialectical Subversion Tool

By: Jay Dyer The appeal of anarchism is understandable, especially in our day of what seems to be spectacular corruption on the part of members of the establishment.  In the online-fueled furor of Ron Paul’s libertarian surge in 2008, those left hanging in the wake of Campaign for Liberty’s ability to change nothing were looking…

Problems in Thomistic Epistemology

By: Jay Dyer Plato, Philo, Plotinus, Dionysius, Augustine, Basil, John of Damascus, Maximus the Confessor, Isaac the Syrian, John Scotus, Thomas Aquinas, Bonaventure and many others all profess a doctrine of divine exemplarism.  This is Plato’s forms or universals or logoi as located in the divine mind or essence (depending on whether it’s Eastern or Western). The problem will be, however, whether this can work as an epistemic…

More Problems in Western and Calvinistic Theology

By: Jay Dyer As is evident in conversations with both unenlightened Catholics and Calvinists (but especially Calvinists), the starting point of theology – the ordo theologiae is radically different. The West starts with the nature and “attributes” of God for the most part, which are attributes of God’s simple essence. This is clear in Berkhof, Hodge,…

Problems in Thomism – Essence/Energy

Problems in Thomism By: Jay Dyer Part 1: God In disputes over the essence – energy distinction there is much confusion. I recently read through several more pages of God, History & Dialectic by Dr. Joseph P. Farrell and have come across some enlightening points that I hope will further the dialogues and debates. In…

Refutation of the Protestant Canon of Scripture, Pt. 1

By: Jay Dyer Many reformed Protestant acquaintances have, on various occasions, sent me different challenges relating to the canon of Scripture. One of these was a list of arguments proposed by reformed theologian Dr. Ian Paisley against the canonicity of the 7 Deuterocanonical Books (or, the “Apocrypha,” from here on titled “DB”). Another challenger stated the…