Monthly Archives: July 2013

Thou shalt not judge

By Archdeacon Fr. Michael McKinnon “Thou shalt not judge” does NOT mean that “anything goes” or that all opinions are created equal. It also does not mean that I should not believe something (or in someone) with all of my … Continue reading

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True Or False

By Archdeacon Fr. Michael McKinnon 1) The books of the New Testament were written a century or two after the time of Jesus. True or False? FALSE. The New Testament was written between approx. 50 AD – 96 AD by … Continue reading

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Is Meditation Dangerous (A Christian Response)?

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By Archdeacon Fr. Michael McKinnon Some Christians believe that meditation (the emptying of oneself of negative energies, distractions, even thoughts, etc.) or even meditating prayer (which is somewhat different from a classical definition of “meditation”) can be spiritually dangerous to … Continue reading

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Do Not Confuse the Artwork for the Artist

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By: Fr. Michael J. McKinnon The creation reflects (i.e., is an icon of) the Creator.  We can see something of the Creator in the beauty, majesty and wonder of His Creation.  Just as one can see something of an artist … Continue reading

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