Quantum 1: Bemused? Bewildered? Me Too

Yet I Still Want to be a Catholic:Post 7 Quantum (1): Baffled? Bewildered?  Me too. For me my own struggles with quantum physics have been extremely important in my re-discovery of religion.  I can’t understand it of course, but, to my...

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The Church has been so evil

Yet I Still Want to be a Catholic.  Post 2.  The Most Evil Institution in History. A Theological Blog 18 – iii - 20   It was only when Richard Dawkins awoke me from my dogmatic slumbers that I began to...

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Facts and Meanings

Yet I Still Want to be a Catholic. Post 6.  Facts and Meanings Most of the humanists I know are contemptuous of religion because they think that science, and only science, can tell us truth.  Only the intellectual rigour of the...

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Yet I still want to be a catholic. Post 5. The chimps and us

Yet I still want to be a Catholic. Post 5. Belief Boxes (2.) The chimps and us We forget how close we are genetically to the chimpanzees, we share over 99% of our genes with them. Our lineage split from theirs...

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Three poems from Sequences

3 iii There is a refinement about Butterworth’s music that words can describe but cannot convey A grief for the passing of England the more poignant for the restraining of tears, None of the pomp of empire you find in...

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Emotional Substructures and Belief Boxes

Yet I still want to be a Catholic. Post 4. Emotional Substructures and Belief Boxes (1) A theological blog 30 – iii – 20 We all like to think we are rational people who make rational decisions. Ah, you think, I’ll...

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We all need to become humanists

Yet I Still Want to be a Catholic A theological blog 25 iii 20 Post 3: We all need to become humanists. Our biggest problem about religion is that so many of us were taught it in an infantile way when...

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The Evil Catholic Church

Yet I Still Want to be a Catholic.  Post 2.  The Most Evil Institution in History. A Theological Blog 18 – iii - 20   It was only when Richard Dawkins awoke me from my dogmatic slumbers that I began to...

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There is no God (as we knew him)

Yet I Still Want to be a Catholic.  Post One:  There is no God (as we knew him). a theological blog 15-iii-20 The classic Protestant argument for the existence of God was put forward by William Paley who was a...

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Climate and comedy (2): Chimps don’t laugh

Can we be the human persons we really are to deal with climate change? https://soundcloud.com/user-76470155/cc2nd-complete/s-txlXy  

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