Category Archives: Christianity

Error in Type III

Sometimes it comes around, to qualify. In relation to “Crime“, concerning heinous advocacy by Imams in Canada, and whether hate crime prosecutions should be initiated, came across this earlier discussion, extracted: Error in Type (July 18, 2013): Lots of Christians … Continue reading

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Elude

In relation to “Christ, Herod“, being an extract from a sermon by Neil Remington Abramson, Maggie Keith commented as follows: I see the sermon as perfectly Presbyterian, as we aren’t fundamentalist. I was at a seminar along these lines, conducted … Continue reading

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Christ, Herod

Extracted from a sermon by Neil Remington Abramson, Church Elder, at West Vancouver Presbyterian Church, January 1, 2017. Within Us: Christ or Herod? Saturday night, a week ago, while we were celebrating Christmas, Jesus was born in Bethlehem. We know … Continue reading

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Image Direction

Previously used this image to convey impressions about people staying in church, long after the service has ended: Looks like a typical scene from so many churches. Not so. The caption: An Assyrian woman prays for abducted Christians at a … Continue reading

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In the after

Show up at the church after the weekday afternoon service. All these people still there, in the silence. Staring ahead, or down. No 24 hours, unless formalized adoration chapel. Give you that special ticket. Still, for some period of time, … Continue reading

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Vase II

Linked this video in “Vase“, relating to theme of religious hypocrisy. The speaker is Breanna Lynn, also known as Breanna/Bre Podgorski, of Pepperdine University, affiliated with the Churches of Christ: Neil Remington Abramson, who is also a Presbyterian Elder, commented … Continue reading

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Vase

In relation to “Confessional II” and the comments of Neil Remington Abramson in “Confessional III“, it seems a bit ridiculous or contradictory to favour traditional rituals, when not living the substance. Would be worse if one favoured the traditional rituals … Continue reading

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