Monday, 24 December 2012

Reflection on Religion

A religion that does not cost you anything is not worth anything. It does not bind you to God but deceivingly only to yourself.

Reflection on Laws

An abuse of a principal does not invalidate it. It merely confirms a further rule; that of the general sinfulness of man.

Wednesday, 12 December 2012

Reflection on "Equal Marriage"

It is rather bemusing that those who head up this 'equal marriage' campaign are those who have so vociferously persecuted marriage in the first place.

Reflection on Youth

Our reckless party culture claims the patronage of Youth, yet it is actually an interminable childishness on the loose. It is a perversion of a true and stable joy founded on being.

Reflections on Repentance/Marriage/Truth

The first words of our Lord when He began to preach were "Repent and believe the good news". Not conform and legalise.

One may argue for same-sex marriage on the basic of secularisation or sentimentalism (are they not the same nowadays?) but one may not argue on the basis of Christianity. Is anything so perverse to Scripture and the Church Fathers as this invention?

A man may speak the truth not because a constitution gives him the right, but because it is true.

Tuesday, 11 December 2012

Reflection on Property

The abolition of private property does not mean that everyone gets something, but rather, no one gets anything.