Wisdom from Nietzsche
“Beware that, when fighting monsters, you yourself do not become a monster.” Friedrich Nietzsche
Every soul shall have a taste of death
Every soul shall have A taste of death: And We test you By evil and by good By way of trial. To Us must ye return. The soul does not die, but when it separates from the body at the death… Read More ›
Muslims call it ‘Qadr’
Stonewall Jackson (January 21, 1824 – May 10, 1863) was a Confederate general during the American Civil War. For more information on Qadr ‘The Patriarchy is a traditionalist (Catholic) periodical which caters to gentlemen and ladies grown weary of modernist culture.’… Read More ›
Best of both worlds
Paul “Bilal” Williams, Muslim blogger, bibliophile.
Why keep the Law of God?
“You have said, ‘It is futile to serve God. What do we gain by carrying out his requirements and going about like mourners before the Lord Almighty?” Malachi 3:14 I think there’s an inevitable question that will be raised in the conscience of the… Read More ›
An awareness of differences is an aspect of intelligence, an aspect of being human.
When westerners, while paying lip-service to the spiritual aspects of Islam, denounce the Islamic social system… they are acting true to form. The imperial tradition did not expire in the 1950s. It changed its focus, and the triumphant civilization still… Read More ›
The failure of secularist thought exposed
Lord Sacks continues, “Science tells us how, but not why. Technology gives us power but cannot guide us as to how to use that power. The market gives us choices but leaves us uninstructed as to how to make those… Read More ›
Turning to God After All Else Has Failed Us
Isn’t it the height of bad faith if we turn to God only after everyone else, or everything else, has failed us? Isn’t that trivialising God’s greatness that we’ve put Him last on our list? If so, will He still listen to my plea for help? Should… Read More ›