February 11, 2024

The Catholic state of play

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According to a recent Pew survey, 50% of US Catholics believe the bread and wine become the Body and Blood of Christ, that is, they believe in the Transubstantiation. The other half — a staggering 50% — think the change is ‘symbolic’. Fr Dwight Longernecker — from whom I’ve filched this article — suggests a […]

Common doctrine and a Baha’i-Christian dialogue

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This follows from a discussion elsewhere, but as it is off-topic on that thread, I thought I might start a new one, and hope to keep the discussion on track. The salient point was this: Tony Bristow-Stagg said: As an example, to offer in all sincerity the Oneness of God and the Oneness of humanity […]

There is no proof of God …

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… therefore God does not exist. This statement fails on two points of logic. The first is that of an Argument from Ignorance. This is when we illegitimately appeal to ignorance to support a conclusion. It usually takes the following form: “No one has proven not A, therefore A is true,” or “No one has proven […]

January 19, 2024


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Although I am a non-theistic Buddhist, I have become quite an expert on Christian Universalism (technical word apokatastasis) this being the teaching that eventually all will be saved and all things will be reconciled “in Christ”. Beware of experts? Yes, well, as I say, I’m a bit of an expert……. My expertise (!) has developed […]

January 17, 2024

Rational Bible

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Just beginning to read Dennis Prager’s commentary on Exodus. His second volume of the Torah, on Genesis will be released in early May. Anyone else read the Exodus volume?   Nicholas Weeks Apr 12, 2019 Visit Thread: https://www.interfaith.org/community/threads/19030/  

January 14, 2024

The One in Different Religions

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From : https://universalalphaomega.blogspot.com/2024/01/the-one-in-different-religions.html Taoism Ultimate One the Heavenly Savior (太乙救苦天尊) Ultimate One the Heavenly Savior (太乙救苦天尊) is a divine manifestation of the Uncreated energy of The One (先天一炁), a.k.a. Ultimate One (太一). According to Taoist Scriptures, He comes from the Eastern World of Everlasting Bliss (東方長樂世界), riding a nine-headed lion. He has countless manifestations and incarnations in all worlds.Master Loy’s Spring and […]

Iamblichus (242?-325?)

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From his Exhortation to Philosophy translated by Thomas M. Johnson an American Platonist of 19th century. Of Pythagoras and the life in accordance with his doctrines, and of the Pythagoreans, we treated sufficiently in our first book* we will now explain the remaining part of his system, beginning with the common preparatory training prescribed by his school […]

The Myth of Progress

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Drawn from from Seven Types of Atheism by John Gray, (Chapter 2: “Secular Humanism: A Sacred Relic”, Penguin, 2019, p23-27) My comments in (bold) “While rejecting monotheism, the belief that humans are gradually improving, a central article of faith of modern humanism, is founded on pseudo-Christian monotheistic idealism.” For the ancient world, time was seen as cyclic, […]

Sapere aude

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Hello Fellow Homo sapiens: Homo sapiens means wise humans. Let’s work at it! I come from a Jewish background, and as a pre-teen could not understand how adults could believe in the Old Testament. It was obviously mythology. These childhood observations led me to become interested in a number of related areas, like other religions, […]

Reasoning the LHP

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Hi Amir Alzzalam – I’ve picked up the discussion from the Sapere aude thread, because it seems more relevant here – ‘Amir Alzzalam said: When I use the word ‘faith’ I mean it in the way that I have faith the sun will rise tomorrow morning, as it has for a long time, I also […]

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