3 Burst results for "Edwin Bevan"
"edwin bevan" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show
"All right from christopher hay michael i'm a huge fan of the show and listen daily the someone who's one of those heathen pagans you mentioned on may day while porges knocked to your former german listeners why is it that ben and yourself or so critical of anything pagan i understand a ton of people who are pagan and just or just those spiritual lefty commun types but some of us are conservatives that just happen to have differing religious beliefs sincerely chris thank you for the note chris thanks for watching daily and since you watch daily you'll get this edifying answer i hope it's because you might have those differing religious beliefs but they're wrong they aren't they aren't true it's not it just isn't good and that's why we're harsh on it because it isn't true were harsh on a lot of things that aren't true in are in good now look they're plenty of people who have good intentions and who say i don't do any i don't sacrifice children or whatever okay i don't think you sacrifice children necessarily plus america sacrifices a million children a year but pit paganism itself is just wrong and bad and you shouldn't do it the word pagan comes from the word pagano's which means a villager rustic really really means hillbilly hick it's like a kind of uneducated rough stupid person this is where you get the words like pie or a pipe zanu in talian a on or peasant in english they don't have good connotations paganism is idolatrous but it's the natural state of man edwin bevan writes about this very well louis and chesterton allude to this paganism is our natural state were in the world we don't have access to the allah judy unless we are in civilization and so strength we know that the world is spiritual and immaterial the paganism recognizes this too and it becomes superstitious so we ascribe metaphysical things to various spirits and it's it's idolatrous essentially idolatry is the gravest of mortal sins because it's an attempt on god's divine majesty everybody's gotta serve somebody that's why paganism exists we have.
"edwin bevan" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show
"It just it's just comes for everybody but at the same once you start to think about it as an intellectual as a person who thinks it is completely full of rich's that just come up pouring out of it once you start to parsons like that and it endlessly endlessly illuminating i i suppose that word is important endlessly lightning in a way that i think modern of secularists or former secularists they flirt with buddhism in eastern religion because it's so simple at edwin bevan cs lewis as pal says that it's been it's the natural reaction of human nature is pantheon them or seeing god in everything that god and nothing trying to make him an idea but in the enunciate and in the incarnation we see that god is not an idea god is a person yeah he is a person with a will and with intelligence and infinite will and infant intelligence as dante describes heaven where uh the dover sea port that yoga he wallet where where the will and the ability or one now i only that's an estimate i always thought that quote meant pay upper all break your leg when you translated into sicilian in new york area there's a little bit lost from the translation what are you talking about your today we are talking about all fake news obviously this was a great was not at but then we have vdh we have dr victor davis hanson and he has this great book on the second world wars and on this day in history germany declared war on the united states one of the great blunders of the war but now that we know that eisenhower cheated on his wife we have to surrender we have to surrender when he will be quantum plus i had exactly exat how can i look myself in the mirror and also jefferson uh you know was fooling around with their slaves we have to set fire to the declaration please don't compare me to thomas it of course some so offended outrageous well i guess by by these standards by the way if the and the left has been very successful abyss of saying if you support roy more you'll destroy yourself in your you'll have no credibility by the way bob menendez is still sitting in the senate.
"edwin bevan" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show
"This happens this is what owned barfield wrote about in poetic diction that's what edwin bevan wrote about in symbolism and belief we have to understand the nature of those symbols only in christ only in the incarnation do we see this come full circle so the symbol in the symbolize the poultry and the criticism separate fully the metaphysical and the physical until we have the person of christ who is fully god and fully man who unites those two and he gives us sacraments to to live in that it's why the saying is so hard it's why he makes a point of doing it as his last action before he's put on the cross he is enshrining this heaven and earth touching one another the metaphysics and the physics touching one another regularly for the believers and this is why st paul has such joy when he talks about it intakes it so seriously and says that if you don't recognize this you're eating your own condemnation there's much more to talk about the eucharist but we have to move on next question philosopherking knowles the us ccb the us council of catholic bishops recently published a letter in which they called the new tax plan quote unconscionable as a devout catholic i tend to look to my bishops to inform my politics but i'm having trouble grasping their stance this time how can i as a religious person justify my support for the tax bill despite church leadership condemning thanks loved the show zack so with regard to the us council of catholic bishops i was talking to a friests prep priest friend of mine and he told me that he enjoyed my blank book reasons to vote for democrats very much and he was inspired to write his own called the wisdom of the us council of catholic bishops i mean no disrespect to the bishops but when they weigh in on politics sometimes they get a little wacky and i we should obviously have great reverence for the leaders of our church especially when they're speaking on matters of the church and of theology end of doctrine and when they are weighing in on politics they don't have any special political expertise they don't there aren't granted special political knowledge or smart's and so.