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Debts Owed to Death

Debts Owed to Death

Ed Simon August 2, 2017 0

Ed Simon on the Metaphysics of Trans-Humanism  “We are all debts owed to death.” – Simonides of Ceos “I don’t want to achieve immortality through my work; I want to achieve immortality through not

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The Crucified God: A Death in Pictures – by Ed Simon

The Crucified God: A Death in Pictures – by Ed Simon

Ed Simon April 11, 2017 0

Ed Simon asks, What’s so Good about Friday? “That we are sound, substantial flesh and blood – Again, in spite of that, we call this Friday good.” T.S. Eliot, The Four Quartets (1940) “If

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Why Sin is Good – By Ed Simon

Why Sin is Good – By Ed Simon

MRB March 2, 2017 1

Ed Simon on original sin for a secular age. Save a few prayers for poor Pelagius, footnote to theological history, whose name mostly endures as an adjective of denigration among the orthodox. Save a

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There Is No End – by Ana Schwartz

There Is No End – by Ana Schwartz

Ana Schwartz August 10, 2016 0

Ana Schwartz responds to Ed Simon’s Apocalypse is the Mother of Beauty Wallace Stevens grants us that “we die for good.” He and Ed Simon agree on this. And they might even agree on

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The Death of God, Again by Ed Simon

The Death of God, Again by Ed Simon

Ed Simon May 10, 2016 2

The fullest affirmation of God comes in His denial. A young, attractive blonde woman with a fashionable pixie haircut sits anxiously in the waiting room of her exclusive Upper West Side gynecologist’s office. She

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