The Inverted Commandments

“Thou shalt love the Lord your God with all thy heart, and with all they soul, and with all thy mind. This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second is like it, thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself. On these two commandments hang all the law and the prophets” (Matt. 22:37-40). The …

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Reality’s Exile under Relativity’s Rule

The Christian life must be one that is lived in Truth. By dwelling in Truth we are set free, as Christ said, “if you abide in my words you are my disciples indeed. And you shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free” (Jn 8:31). This experience of truth is not simply that …

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New Martyrs of Russia: An All American Feast Day

“Christianity must remain eternally unchanging, in no way being dependent on or guided by the spirit of each age. Instead, Christianity is meant to govern and direct the spirit of the age for anyone who obeys its teachings.” St Theophan the Recluse Millions upon millions of martyrs; a concrete number is hard to ascertain. Indeed, …

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A Free-thinking Cage

“A free-thinker is but the slave of all the current prejudices of his period.” Rene Guenon Free-thinking is one of the greatest phantasies of modern times. The fact is, there is no such thing as “free-thinking.” Every “free-thinker” is a slave to a certain set of ideologies, uniform or conglomerate. Such ones encounter the world …

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It is a Small World After All

Modern humanity has but built for itself a technological cage. Through cultivating and putting faith in the teaching that there is nothing greater than the base material order and the power of “scientific” reason, modernity has enslaved itself in the realm of limit and forged itself a dreary cage. Modern man believes wholeheartedly that since …

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You’re Free Not to Think

An important goal of secular humanism, one that must be clearly understood, is to stir up issues where they do not, or at best slightly, exist. Class or racial tension must be maintained; in fact, an old communist teaching instructed its adherents: if there are no tensions, they must be created. Our "leftist" humanist friends …

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Dehumanized Humanism

Humanism is not by default a bad thing. There have been, in the past, positive humanists. This positive humanism sought to lift mankind up through higher principles, culture, and beauty. Most importantly, positive humanism never viewed humanity as the end-all. Humanity was striving towards something sublime, something that is greater than man. An excellent example …

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