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In U.S. politics people assume that if you are at all serious about what you believe, you will argue and defend it forcefully. Politics is important; Christianity is much more so, and polemical engagement falls under the heading, not of hate, but of love, or at least it should and often does do so. The works included here address various controversies, not because the autho In U.S. politics people assume that if you are at all serious about what you believe, you will argue and defend it forcefully. Politics is important; Christianity is much more so, and polemical engagement falls under the heading, not of hate, but of love, or at least it should and often does do so. The works included here address various controversies, not because the author enjoys controversy [he doesn't], but because these are questions of substance, connected to other questions of substance, and they matter. The author would gladly enjoy a world where there was no need for polemics, where one could always dig deeper from truth into deeper truth, but since the age of the Bible, caring about the truth has included polemical engagement. The author offers these works in the hope that the engagement may be edifying. Table of Contents Preface Creation and Holy Orthodoxy: Fundamentalism Is Not Enough Note to Orthodox Evolutionists: Stop Trying to Retroactively Shanghai Recruit the Fathers to Your Camp! Our Crown of Thorns Do We Have Rights? How Shall I Tell an Alchemist? The Law of Attraction: A Dialogue with an Eastern Orthodox Christian Mystic An Open Letter to Catholics on Orthodoxy and Ecumenism Twelve Quotes on Orthodoxy, Ecumenism, and Catholicism An Orthodox Looks at a Calvinist Looking at Orthodoxy Orthodoxy, Contraception, and Spin Doctoring: A Look at an Influential but Disturbing Article "Religion and Science" Is Not Just Intelligent Design vs. Evolution The Patriarchy We Object To The Fulfillment of Feminism Unman's Tales: C.S. Lewis's Perelandra, Fairy Tales, and Feminism "Inclusive" Language and Other Debates: An Orthodox Alumnus Responds to His Advisor Veni, Vidi, Vomi: A Look at "Do You Want to Date My Avatar?" What the West Doesn't Get About Islam What Makes Me Uneasy About Fr. Seraphim (Rose) and His Followers Oops! Could the Western Rite Please Try Again?


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In U.S. politics people assume that if you are at all serious about what you believe, you will argue and defend it forcefully. Politics is important; Christianity is much more so, and polemical engagement falls under the heading, not of hate, but of love, or at least it should and often does do so. The works included here address various controversies, not because the autho In U.S. politics people assume that if you are at all serious about what you believe, you will argue and defend it forcefully. Politics is important; Christianity is much more so, and polemical engagement falls under the heading, not of hate, but of love, or at least it should and often does do so. The works included here address various controversies, not because the author enjoys controversy [he doesn't], but because these are questions of substance, connected to other questions of substance, and they matter. The author would gladly enjoy a world where there was no need for polemics, where one could always dig deeper from truth into deeper truth, but since the age of the Bible, caring about the truth has included polemical engagement. The author offers these works in the hope that the engagement may be edifying. Table of Contents Preface Creation and Holy Orthodoxy: Fundamentalism Is Not Enough Note to Orthodox Evolutionists: Stop Trying to Retroactively Shanghai Recruit the Fathers to Your Camp! Our Crown of Thorns Do We Have Rights? How Shall I Tell an Alchemist? The Law of Attraction: A Dialogue with an Eastern Orthodox Christian Mystic An Open Letter to Catholics on Orthodoxy and Ecumenism Twelve Quotes on Orthodoxy, Ecumenism, and Catholicism An Orthodox Looks at a Calvinist Looking at Orthodoxy Orthodoxy, Contraception, and Spin Doctoring: A Look at an Influential but Disturbing Article "Religion and Science" Is Not Just Intelligent Design vs. Evolution The Patriarchy We Object To The Fulfillment of Feminism Unman's Tales: C.S. Lewis's Perelandra, Fairy Tales, and Feminism "Inclusive" Language and Other Debates: An Orthodox Alumnus Responds to His Advisor Veni, Vidi, Vomi: A Look at "Do You Want to Date My Avatar?" What the West Doesn't Get About Islam What Makes Me Uneasy About Fr. Seraphim (Rose) and His Followers Oops! Could the Western Rite Please Try Again?

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