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Tag: Guy McClung

Looking For God In All The Right Faces

August 14, AD2018 0 Comments
Looking For God In All The Right Faces

Heaven: Open! Jesus gives everyone what they need to find Him. The Magi, St. Dismas, and St. Thomas the Apostle all looked for Jesus in different ways, but they all found Him. He gave the Magi the Star Of Bethlehem. He gave St. Dismas not only a front-row seat at the crucifixion but let him […]

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Jesus Dwelt Among Us? Or In Us?

July 21, AD2018 0 Comments
Jesus Dwelt Among Us? Or In Us?

In John 1:14, the word “The Word was made flesh” almost always translates as: “and dwelt among us,” or some other reference to “dwelling.” Some Bible translations interpret the Greek directly as “and He tabernacled (or tented) among us;” and others translate the Latin “habitavit in nobis” as “He lived with us.” This article will […]

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Michelangelo Creates Sculptures On His Path To Redemption

June 30, AD2018 0 Comments
Michelangelo Creates Sculptures On His Path To Redemption

Michelangelo sculpted the Vatican Pieta, which is known worldwide and is, perhaps, the most viewed work of art in St. Peter’s church in the Vatican.  Another of his most famous sculptures is his solitary David. Less well known, however, is his Florentine Pieta, which some believe he intended to be placed at his own grave. The artistic and political […]

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The Doctrinal Development of Islam

June 10, AD2018 0 Comments
The Doctrinal Development of Islam

Not unlike the history of doctrinal development in the Catholic Church, the possibility of doctrinal development within the Islam has been studied, discussed and whether or not such development remained consistent with Islamic teachings. regarding some assertions of philosophy which, to some, appeared to contradict Islamic teachings. Islam Various Islamic thinkers assert that there can […]

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The Universal Appeal of Jane Austen

May 16, AD2018 0 Comments
The Universal Appeal of Jane Austen

Celebrated Worldwide, Beloved By Millions: Jane Is Everywhere The Jane Austen Circle of Singapore regularly hosts Regency balls and teas at the Old Parliament Arts House. Membership consists largely of octogenarians and nonagenarians— several of them are youngsters, not yet fifty years old You can attend an Austen Festival at the following locations: Bath, England; Canberra […]

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Place Your Bets:The Arnobius-Pascal You-Bet-Your-Life Wager

April 20, AD2018 3 Comments
Place Your Bets:The Arnobius-Pascal You-Bet-Your-Life Wager

Pascal & His Wager Blaise Pascal, 1623 A.D to 1662 A.D.,  noted author, thinker, mathematician, and philosopher, is famous for positing a thought argument about death, judgment, heaven, and hell that has come to be known as “Pascal’s Wager.”  Pascal said any rational person would live as if God exists so that one, perhaps, could live […]

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How Jesus Changed Jewish Prayers as Echoed in His Our Father

February 15, AD2018 0 Comments
How Jesus Changed Jewish Prayers as Echoed in His Our Father

The Our Father, the Lord’s Prayer, is the most recited prayer in the Catholic Church and in all Christian denominations around the world.  It has been said that this prayer is “Jewish to the bone.” The various parts of the prayer find their roots, sometimes verbatim, in prayers of the Jews existing long before Jesus […]

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