Recently, the Vatican’s International Theological Commission allegedly released a document indicating that Limbo, the place where unbaptised babies go after death, may be restrictive, and that there are good reasons to hope that they might be in heaven.
April 2007 archive
Apr 22 2007
Apr 20 2007
One of the witnesses was a nurse who testified that she had watched Haskell put scissors into the head of a twenty-six-week Down syndrome fetus while “the baby’s little fingers were clasping and unclasping, and his feet were kicking.” … Some women treat their dogs better than their own unwanted litters.
Apr 16 2007
South Africa’s brief debut this year on the U.N. Security Council has tattered its reputation. It has prompted human rights activists to condemn South African President Thabo Mbeki for abandoning the human rights principles that defined the anti-apartheid movement and for routinely siding with some of the world’s worst human rights abusers.
Apr 10 2007
They might want to take advantage of Gmail Paper. A novel concept that will allow them to get their Gmail e-mail sent to them in printed form. The only drawback is that the pope can’t print out what he listens to on his ipod – Gmail Paper says they can’t print MP3 and WAV files.
Apr 07 2007
I’ve been waiting years to hear this most logical 14 Nisan crucifixion timing from a Catholic priest. And now I hear it from the pope himself. I always get given the 15 Nisan story. The explanation above goes a long way to explain why the Wednesday crucifixion theory of Herbert Armstrong is wrong, so ironically it was Herbert Armstrong who was adamant that Jesus died on 14 Nisan.
Apr 04 2007
I applaud the Adventists, and others, who have seen the significance of Easter and Lent, and choose to celebrate Christ’s resurrection as the early Christians did, and set time aside in their calendar for preparation for that celebration, along with the rest of their brothers and sisters in Christ, throughout the centuries.