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Different spiritual gifts

There are different kinds of spiritual gifts but the same Spirit; there are different forms of service but the same Lord; there are different workings but the same God who produces all of them in everyone. — 1 Corinthians 12:4-6

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Month: July 2022

A balcony at the Cathedral of Saint Matthew the Apostle in D.C.

Living a Sacred Life

By Justin Katz / August 15, 2021

Our lives can be sacred and meaningful while we are not suffering, and by the same rule, when we make our lives sacred and meaningful, we are also less apt to see suffering as suffering when it comes.

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Expertise and Godhood in a Limited Frame

By Justin Katz / March 20, 2021

Our experts are experts, but they neglect the limits of their expertise in order to keep pace with progressive politicians drawn toward the gravity of total control.

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Remember What World You Live In

By Justin Katz / February 27, 2021

Remembering transcendent reality means having the courage to face the storm that plainly speaking the truth can raise in turbulent times because we are not truly at risk of perishing, at least in the sense that matters.

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Seats on the Train to Unraveling

By Justin Katz / January 23, 2021

Bari Weiss is right to join with ideological opponents to fight for the right to disagree, but she should recognize the role an issue close to her heart, same-sex marriage, played in our loss of that right.

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Principles and Inevitable Logic

By Justin Katz / December 19, 2020

Whether the logical consequences of a decision are, in fact, inevitable or are only apt to create a sort of momentum, it behooves us to make decisions with a full understanding of their implications.

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The Lesson Never Ends

By Justin Katz / November 28, 2020

Among other lessons, the coronavirus pandemic is teaching us that a deeper illness than COVID-19 has settled upon our civilization.

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In Favor of Risking the Hatred

By Justin Katz / November 15, 2020

If we learn to love to lose, it’s a reflection of our having filled our hearts with a love that cannot be lost.

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A Truth About Love They Insist We Ignore

By Justin Katz / October 12, 2020

When social shifts produce their inevitable harm, we’ll need a record of dissent that can help future generations rediscover the new old truths that were nearly lost in the social revolution.

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The Circular Fiat of a Closed Fist

By Justin Katz / September 28, 2020

Once we accepted that an intellectual time machine could go back in history and change words and, thereby, rules, we opened the way for ideologues to mass produce such vehicles.

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Seeing the Meta from Mt. Science

By Justin Katz / September 20, 2020

The fact that religious people are better able to see patterns may not be evidence of God, but the insistence of secularists that a pattern cannot be seen is not science.

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