Tag Archives: tradition

Some reflections on tradition

There are two senses of the word “tradition,” one active and the other objective. Continue reading

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The faithful as the medium of the Holy Spirit

“The one who arrives at faith in Christ arrives through the faith or sensitivity of another.” Continue reading

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Faith as tradition and philosophy as investigation

Christian faith and philosophy expect different attitudes on the part of their audience. Continue reading

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Cum ajunge un om a fi creștin?

„Nu există om care să-și fi cîștigat credința din natură, din lumea văzută impersonală.” Continue reading

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On sola scriptura

If a person wants to know what the Bible means, the answer is not simply to read it. Continue reading

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Țara Făgăduinței și Tradiția Bisericii

Despre lucrurile de valoare din Țara Făgăduinței. Continue reading

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The traditions of the community of redemption

God told Moses:  Anyone who is clean and is not on a journey, and yet refrains from keeping the Passover, shall be cut off from the people for not presenting the LORD’s offering at its appointed time; such a one … Continue reading

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