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Catholics Do Not Worship Statues And Images

Even in our modern times where every information can be verified in an instant, Protestants are still accusing Catholics of worshiping statues and images. Their only evidence for doing so is when they witness a Catholic kneeling or kissing an image of a saint. 209 more words


Is It Possible for Christians to Idolize the Bible?

My comment: As I discuss scripture on social media, I am often accused of making the Bible an idol. Those who accuse me of this do not like it when I constantly appeal to scripture to make my case concerning the topic under discussion. 435 more words

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Week One: Mutakura on the Web

Introducing Mutakura on the Web

Around this time, in my home country, people have began cooking one of my favorite dishes, mutakura. Mutakura is a mixture of boiled corn, groundnuts, round nuts and cow pea. 410 more words


Bible Verses That Protestants Ignore

With all their audacity to accuse Catholics of not reading the Bible, there are indeed a lot of Biblical passages that Protestants ignore because it either points back to the truths of the Catholic faith or totally disproves their man-made doctrines. 1,031 more words


Tradition! The Balance of Faith and Practice

by Thomas Fisher

Tradition! Everyone has some small sense of its meaning, and yet few truly understand its nature. Each individual, no matter how far and fast he runs from tradition, cannot escape its presence. 2,216 more words

"Institutes of the Christian Religion" by John Calvin


Institutes of the Christian Religion is a foundational work of Protestant systematic theology, and included in the Great Books of the Western World series, which I’ve been reading and blogging in the past few years. 902 more words


A Reformed Look at Pentecostalism

A Reformed Look at Pentecostalism

Prof. David J. Engelsma

Foreword to the Second Printing

The Evangelism Committee and the Congregation of the Protestant Reformed Church of South Holland, Illinois are thankful to God that a second printing of this booklet is necessary. 13,202 more words

Angela Wittman reblogged this on Our Reformed Christian Heritage and commented:

Excerpt: "The Pentecostal is always boasting of his great powers and is always rejoicing in his marvelous accomplishments. The Reformed saint humbly confesses his weaknesses and takes pleasure in his infirmities, in reproaches, in necessities, in persecutions, in distresses for Christ’s sake. ..."