Offering it Up, Billy Graham, God’s Existence and Alfred Hitchcock’s Rope

Four articles are uploaded to the Archived Articles section of the blog today. For those who are new readers, about once a week I load three or four articles I have written over the years on various subjects for various outlets.

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Here are this week’s picks:

Billy Graham: All Things to All Men – This describes how I met Billy Graham during his mission to Oxford when I was a student there in the early 80s

Lift Up Your Hearts – this is the next article in the series on the liturgy I wrote for Catholic Digest. It explains how seeing the Mass as a sacrifice helps us offer up our own requests and concerns.

Nietzsche, Napoleon and Narcissism – This film review of Alfred Hitchcock’s early film Rope explores the true story and chilling philosophy of the ubermensch – the super man who is above morality.

Revolution and Revelation – An article that explains the existence of God and how the God who is “I AM” reveals himself to humanity.

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2019-01-03T17:51:45+00:00January 3rd, 2019|Categories: Blog|0 Comments

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