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By their fruits?

When the spirit of a council dictates, almost from day one, how the documents of a council are to be read and applied, then that spirit is the true fruit of the council, regardless what the documents may say. Luckily, … Continue reading

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On the mysticism of ordinary words…

…and mystification by way of extraordinary verbiage. “[E]vil always takes advantage of ambiguity.” — G. K. Chesterton, Eugenics and Other Evils, Chapter 1 (1917) Speaking of painful ironies, I recently received the following tweet from a published historian of science … Continue reading

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