Monthly Archives: June 2018

The Ambiguous Metropolitan

This past week, the ostensibly Orthodox journal, The Wheel (whose pages and staff include defrocked priests and people who openly promote jettisoning the Tradition of the Church) ran an issue purportedly on what it means to be human, all the while … Continue reading


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Humility: a sine qua non of scholarship

“We are not sure we are right until we have made the best case possible for those who are wrong.” Lord Acton Reformation debates could turn into bruising affairs. Anyone who has studied the Reformation knows this. Not only did … Continue reading

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