Tag: idolatry

Art and the "Jesus Event"

“An artwork that shows Star Wars characters nailed to crosses has sparked controversy before its public debut at a Melbourne gallery in two weeks. The Herald-Sun reports that the controversial piece called Crusci-fiction consists of a roomful of 25 replicas of robot C3P0 hanging on crosses.” At first I didn’t react very strongly to this …

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"Was Paul crucified for you?"

Dr. Andrew Jackson of Smart Christian is concerned that bloggers need to be reminded of 1 Corinthians 1:10-16. "I appeal to you, brothers, by the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, that all of you agree and that there be no divisions among you, but that you be united in the same mind and the …

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A Wicked and False Religion?

Like I said, the Church has PR problems. Rand, of A Pattern of Sound Words, asserts: "A Christian Roman Catholic, to me, is as opposite as a Nazi Jew. One cannot be a follower of Christ and be a follower of Romanism at the same time. Why? Because the Romanist worships a god different than …

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Here are a couple more sites related to being disgruntled about Consumermas. Buy Nothing Christmas (Thanks, connexions) Let ‘Em Have X-mas

Blessed Advent and Joyous Christmas!

Archbishop Chaput of Denver, a guy that strikes me as the coolest episcopos since Fulton Sheen, has suggested that Christians stop using the phrase “Happy Holidays”. “We don’t celebrate a generic excuse for gift-giving. We celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ.”

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