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The Women’s Ordination Debate: Why Both Sides Have Handled It Wrong

When it comes to women’s ordination, both sides of the debate have it WRONG. Continue reading

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Ordinations, Consecrations, and Circumstances I’d Be Willing to Confer Them

People have asked me to ordain them. I’m stingy about it for very good reason. Continue reading

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Thoughts for Holy Thursday

The Last Supper as the beginning, and the Church as the legitimate heir to the Western Mystery Tradition. Continue reading

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The Pentagram and Christian Magicians

They said Christians can’t use a Pentagram. What we find will blow. Your. Mind. Continue reading

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Obsession with Succession

Thirteen years’ worth of ministry taught me one thing: most people don’t care about a church’s claims to apostolic succession. Most people only care to hear that God loves them and you love them too. Continue reading

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The Magic of Putting on Christ (Homily)

When the Bible tells us to “Put on Christ” or “Put on the Armor of God,” it’s giving us a specific set of instructions . . . how we behave towards God, towards ourselves, and towards our neighbor that put us in the current of God’s power and help us manifest that power here on the physical plane. Continue reading

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