Month: April 2011

“Citizen Ethics in a Time of Crisis” and “A Darwinian basis for citizen ethics”

Roger Hicks wrote A Darwinian basis for citizen ethics which is a commentary on Citizen Ethics in a Time of Crisis published by The Guardian which takes the form of a “pamphlet with contributions by ‘prominent thinkers exploring key questions about ethics today.’” He did a great job of exampling the circular logic of attempting …

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Mark Miravalle on Mariology (or is it, Maryolarty?), part 7

“Jn 19:26 – The Establishment of the Mediatrix of Graces” This section begins by, yet again, referencing John 19:26 and this time with an inclusion of v. 27—in the citation—along with an eight word quotation, “Woman, behold your son. …son, behold your mother” and the obligatory assertion and mis-interpretation: