Category Archives: antique Christianity

The Forgotten and Condemned Europeans

Jasper was to have been tracked remorselessly to his death by the man whom he supposed he had slain. Risen from his grave, Drood was to have driven Jasper to his tomb, there to seek for the dreaded evidence of … Continue reading

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For God So Loved the World

“Wondrous was the cross of victory.” – The Dream of the Rood Liberalism is from the devil. That is so obvious it seems rather unnecessary to say it, but we must say it over and over again for the simple … Continue reading

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The Young Drummer and the Good Samaritan

Yet this in no wise alters the fact that those who form no more than a part of a universal mish-mash, of a homeless multitude of faceless ‘un-men’, will never have any pride of place or sense of belonging, nor … Continue reading

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Where Two or Three Are Gathered Together

“No, I suppose that other world must be all a dream.” “Yes. It is all a dream,” said the Witch, always thrumming. “Yes, all a dream,” said Jill. “There never was such a world,” said the Witch. “No,” said Jill … Continue reading

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The Stone Which the Builders Rejected

Jesus saith unto them, Did ye never read in the scriptures, The stone which the builders rejected, the same is become the head of the corner: this is the Lord’s doing, and it is marvellous in our eyes? Therefore say … Continue reading

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In the Land of the Stranger

And when they agreed not among themselves, they departed, after that Paul had spoken one word, Well spake the Holy Ghost by Esaias the prophet unto our fathers, Saying, Go unto this people, and say, Hearing ye shall hear, and … Continue reading

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Our Faith Is Our Destiny

The original purpose of poetry is either religious or historical, or, as most frequently happens, a mixture of both. – Sir Walter Scott Prior to the 20th century, the European bards wrote about the trials and travails of a Christian … Continue reading

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