Fraternal Correction

Peter Smith: “The Reformation changed not one word of the Bible…” It changed many thousands.
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4 Responses to Fraternal Correction

  1. NFA says:

    So what you’re saying is…

    I went to the ordination of a Catholic Priest this morning.

    The first ordination celebration I remember was for my Uncle, a few years ago.

    Saint Michael also protects Israel.

  2. C.L. says:

    On topic, NFA…


    Joyous day. God bless both men – we need them.

  3. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    A nice thing about the current age is that all these canon variations are available at a single click of a mouse, so everyone can read them and decide for themselves.

    I’ll add that online Strong’s concordances are worthwhile too – I had a look at Paul’s address to the Athenians to see the Greek words and was unsurprised to find that the words rendered as “man” don’t mean that. The meanings are carefully nuanced in a way that woke people don’t like, so they got sanitized. That is always a problem with translations, they can often obscure the text due to translators’ biases rather than explain it correctly.

  4. Megan says:

    The broad loss of faith and belief in the transcendent in societies is a massive contributor to their resulting collapse.

    I suspect we are past the point of no return. When I look at the actions of the current pope I’m certain we’ve reached peak turkey.

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