Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Religious entertainment vs. religion, and game vs. red pill


  • Mosebach's paradox: The more circumstances compel me to become an armchair expert in the nature, structure, rubrics, and history of the sacred liturgy, the more inclined I am to become a spectator and critic when I assist at Mass. Traditionalists face this problem in acute form. This articulates something I've felt for some time: the problem of high church becoming a hobby. There's a difference between religious entertainment and religion.
  • Roissy: The difference between game and the red pill.

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