Category Archives: Theology

The Arguments for God’s Existence

As Caricatured By Dawkins By FRATER BOVIOUS (CARROLLTON – TX, Cradle of Civilization) In our most recent meeting, the members of the obscure book club, Men On Books (MOB, or HDL–I’m still trying to figure out how to render Men On … Continue reading

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Asking the Wrong Question

Chapter 1 of “The God Delusion” By FRATER BOVIOUS (CARROLLTON – TX, Cradle of Civilization) This past Thursday, January 15, the members of the obscure book club Men on Books met to discuss the first two chapters of Dawkins’s book, The God Delusion. … Continue reading

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Basking In His Brilliance

Continuing a discussion of “The God Delusion” By: FRATER BOVIOUS (CARROLLTON, TX – Cradle of Civilization) I am four pages into the preface to the paperback edition of The God Delusion. The first paragraph dispenses with unfavorable reviews thusly: Several unfavorable … Continue reading

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The God Delusion

Autobiography of Richard Dawkins? By: FRATER BOVIOUS (CARROLLTON, TX-Cradle of Civilization) An obscure book club, Men on Books, will undertake the reading of The God Delusion by Richard Dawkins. This book has been described by the Sunday Times (London) as: An entertaining, wildly … Continue reading

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“Sometimes I don’t even know who you are…”

Said one of my best friends (Frater Cowculus, to be explicit) when I told him I really liked the movie “Purple Rain”. BY Frater Bovious (CARROLLTON, Tx – Cradle of Civilization) So, yeah. Purple Rain. Prince. And, oddly, Truth – … Continue reading

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The human price of theological chatter

A Reblogging OFFERED BY Frater Bovious from In The Light of The Law Probably the largest misunderstanding of the Catholic Church (at least in the US) is that Catholic Teaching is up for vote or at least is subject to … Continue reading

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Living Things Eat Other Living Things

If vegetarians eat vegetables, do humanitarians eat humans? If not, why not? Continue reading

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