Monthly Archives: July 2011

Tao is the Way, the Truth, the Life? Part I

In many respects, the writings of C.S. Lewis have served as a bridge to many fields of thought, including: 1. Roman Catholicism (see C.S. Lewis and the Catholic Church by Joseph Pearce), 2. the Emergent Church movement (see Altar to … Continue reading

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“CRU”: Sadly, A Very Fitting Name

(Disclaimer: In presenting this critique, it is not my intention to imply that every member within CCCI is in harmony with what is here criticized. It is my intent to offer this word of warning with the hope that it … Continue reading

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A Happy (Belated) 3rd of July

(Reposted from July 3rd, 2007) No, the title isn’t a typo – I mean it when I say happy third of July!  For me it’s the most memorable day of the year!  Now, I certainly don’t mean to take anything … Continue reading

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