Καλή Ανάσταση! (On the irrationality of the modern belief in death)
Happy Easter! (“Καλή Ανάσταση” in Greek literally means ‘Happy Resurrection’) And let not the irrationality of the miracle of resurrection hinder you from believing. The most important things in life we anyway do not understand. Our self. Being. The cosmos itself. And yet we are defined by them. And we live by them. Yes, the […]
How many scientists are Christians? (Does it matter?)
Statistics of religiousness are a hot topic. A friend recently initiated a discussion regarding science, religion and the ‘war’ between them. One of the basic elements of the discussion was the number of scientists who are Christians and of course the actual number of christians in the world to-day. The discussion heated up, with many […]
Outside the Church!
We usually forget what is obvious. This photo won a Pulitzer Prize, depicting a priest holding a soldier who dies in Venezuela (details here). We tend to go to church to remember that we are Christians. To light a candle, to pray, to feel mentally uplifted. And yet, Christianity is not the buildings. Not even […]
Do you believe in your Faith?
We have a lot of discussion today about the “persecution” of Christians. Modern “Christians” feel persecuted because the churches are closed, because they do not open together with the… other businesses, because there are no religious events while other events perhaps are allowed, because they will put a chip in us and the Antichrist will […]
You would crucify Him.
Nowadays, all Christians are so … Christians that they don’t even think about the obvious. That if we lived in a time when Christ appeared, we would crucify Him too. Think. A dirty beggar without a second cloth to wear, coming to you to tell you to forget all your beliefs and abandon anything holy […]
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