This Sunday morning I’m stealing the introduction from Brian. He’s writing about George Will, whose career has been in conservative think tanks, talking about voting Democrat in the next election because Trump is a womanizing rube. He is not polite. He causes conflict. He would rather be defeated in dignity. Will does not understand that […]Read More → The fire of God divides.
Liturgies can be written or unwritten. All congregations have them: and in all services there has to be a time of confession. We need confession, for we are fallen, and we have sinned. If you say you have not sinned this week, you have seared your conscience, and like an orc, you are less than […]Read More → All are fallen
The media are not on our side: they are the enemy, and they preach the destruction of the church, while celebrating the rise of the pagan, the muslim, and the mocker. They forget that community requires that people live similarly, within one set of customs and manners, what the Maori call tikanga. Tikanga vary from […]Read More → Hope is a virtue
The church is made up of men, and men are sinners, women not being exempt. Within the church there are thiefs, the corrupt, gossips, those who covet power, and those who desire that our children are corrupted. We do not need to like this: it should not be. But this is the state of the […]Read More → Boycott the congregations of Satan
It is our duty to fight evil. To keep the structures of the church, which have been builded for our salvation. To not let the enemy define what we can do, or not do. To those who know their church history, the irony of a Reformed blogger defending the seal of confession for the Catholics […]Read More → I am no prophet, but I am afraid.
I have to thank Vox Day for linking to this, which I hope is satire. Because if it is not, then Christ is honoured in what is supposed to be his church as much as he was in the synagogue in Nazareth. We have lost our sense. We have conflated the role of the church […]Read More → Against the cucking of Christ
Last night we were discussing the church, for an elder has made it clear that the way that the women are leading is where they think it should go, and that my conservative wish for the old ways is to be left behind. In the middle of this I asked, What is the aim of […]Read More → Against the soyboy “gospel”.
The chief aim of this life, said the old catechists, was to know God and enjoy him forever. This still applies. It is not the chief aim of the priestly caste, but for us all. In this time, there are no Levites, no Aaronic priesthood, or Brahmins. Instead, those comissioned by the Holy Spirit are […]Read More → The pewsitter and the priest.
Over the last few days two human rights commissioners (HRC) have resigned, primarily because the HRC has been found systematically bullying and harassing their staff. One of the commissioners wrote this in the Spinoff, a blog sponsored by the HRC. These people can make your lives hell. They want to regulate our speech. And they […]Read More → Human Rights Contempt.
This is a time when to be part of the progressive agenda is to accede to evil. Evil. You have to cheer the prince of lies and to speak truth you have to hide. When on the mornings facebook feed there was a advertisement for Antifa NZ, who would dox me, harass my family, mock […]Read More → The winnowing of the West.