“But all sin is sin!” This was one of the first excuses (secular Auckland University Theology lecturers would call it a “theological argument”, and it’s one they give all the time!) given to me by a former paedophile when he was trying to justify his last conviction in God’s sight. So it’s no different from… Continue reading All sin is sin: people do go there!
So I am one of two guys sitting in a home-group of one of Auckland fastest growing modern style churches along with a handful of women. (This is several years ago.) One is explaining what a difficult time she is having with winz. She can’t get full time work because she needs to be home… Continue reading Inspiration for this site, well, a part of it.
It will be a contention of this site that the Western Rape Culture that feminist academics commonly claim that Western society men have created is instead simply an academic creation of their own sexual/ hormonal fantasy. It is not professed that all women have this fantasy, and it should be noted that in the latest… Continue reading Rape Culture = feminist fantasy
Neil Darragh is an Auckland based priest, chaplain, author, editor, and the former principal of the Catholic Institute of Theology. In 2007 Darragh published a paper, Themes and Processes in New Zealand Theology, which discussed the state of theological reflection in New Zealand at the time. In this paper he categorises the four main paths… Continue reading The Secularist Project
When Christians are no longer allowed to tell a man that chopping off his di*k, and then tucking his nut sack inside himself will not turn him into a woman… then the whole of society is in trouble! #ThingsMenDoToGetIntoGirlsBathrooms
Four Catholic priests or brothers have never faced justice for sexually abusing children, despite the church accepting their guilt. The Roman Catholic Church in New Zealand has, for the first time, revealed the number of sexual abuse claims it has received, many of which are still being investigated. They show the number of people coming… Continue reading Catholic priests who abused New Zealand children will not be investigated