It’s All Relative

JMJ Or is it? Today, many in the Church, who count themselves among the pious, speak of the evil of moral relativism. Okay. I agree, that without an objective moral truth, which suggests a supreme lawgiver, all morality is relative. Ethics and morality then become a personal set of values pursued under the false salvific … Continue reading It’s All Relative

Black Friday: The Devil’s Thanksgiving

JMJ Thanksgiving: A Day of Gratitude Thanksgiving is traditionally a day of counting one's blessings. It is a day set aside to thank God for his generosity. It is not  a day of football, feasting, and family. Thanksgiving is a day of thanking God. Thanking God. Thanking God. We do this with feasting, family, tradition, … Continue reading Black Friday: The Devil’s Thanksgiving

If You Want to get Closer to God Become A Sinner

JMJ Before I am misunderstood let me say this: Do Not Sin. To sin is never the objective of any Christian, yet, if you would be closer to God become a sinner. In other words, begin by realizing what is the condition of each and every person. Once we realize ourselves as sinners, we can … Continue reading If You Want to get Closer to God Become A Sinner

Camels Have It Easy

JMJ It is better to just say it and get it out of the way. Money is the root of all evil. Not "love" of money, but money. Money has become an idol. The mantra of the modern capitalist world: "God is for salvation. Money is for everything else." Jesus calls us to Radical Discipleship. … Continue reading Camels Have It Easy