Daily Archives: May 31, 2010

William McNamara On Mystical Experience

In “The Human Adventure”, William McNamara reveals that mystical experience is more like a man learning to walk than a a man learning to fly.  An isolated peak experience is more like the periodic refreshment of a man’s vocation than … Continue reading

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Pope Benedict XVI Christianity Today

As a Cardinal, the current Pope, Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, has often remarked on how it is that Christianity is no longer viable.  He fervently believes that philosophical relativism is a true obstacle to recovery of our faith.  He has written … Continue reading

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