1. Church update


    February 17, 2015 by Jesse Nigro

    Sadly, and yet to my great relief, I have set aside church planting in order to focus on education and …
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  2. Trust – Pain – “Frozen”

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    March 29, 2014 by Jesse Nigro

    Trust is probably one of the most mysterious human actions. Putting your trust in anything or anyone will most certainly …
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  3. Memento Mori Art

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    October 29, 2013 by Jesse Nigro

    “Respice post te! Hominem te esse memento! Memento mori!” = “Look behind you! Remember that you are but a man! …
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  4. Peter Kreeft- The classical arguments for God’s Existence.

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    April 5, 2013 by Jesse Nigro

    Arguments for God’s Existence via Peter Kreeft – Arguments for God’s Existence.

  5. Existential Star Wars (In French)

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    March 29, 2013 by Jesse Nigro

    This cracks me up every time!

  6. Growing Into Union: Ch.1 Scripture and Tradition

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    March 28, 2013 by Jesse Nigro

    This is the first chapter of a book titled Growing into Union which was the project of four Anglican scholars. They …
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  7. Rowan Atkinson on Free Speech

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    March 25, 2013 by Jesse Nigro

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    The feast of the Annunciation celebrates the angel Gabriel’s announcement to the Virgin Mary that she was to become the mother of the Messiah, and her willing submission to God’s will, whereupon the Word of God was conceived and made … Continue reading →
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