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Send Me Lord


I have talked about my newest project The Red Door Foundation a lot on my blog, but I don’t really feel like I’ve given a clear look at my vision or its mission. 1,422 more words


95 Theses Essay (L5)

“Do you think that Luther really believed that Pope Leo X did not know what the indulgence salesmen were saying?”

Although it is difficult to imagine that a man so smart as Luther would be naive enough not to believe that the Pope knew what was going on directly under his nose, and all around him, it is even more difficult to imagine that Luther would’ve defended the Pope so wrongfully so in many parts of his theses if he knew what was going on. 182 more words

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95 Theses Writing Assignment (L5)

1.) How would you describe the condition of the Catholic Church on the Eve of the Protestant Reformation?

The condition of the Catholic Church on the Eve of the Protestant Reformation was appallingly corrupt, and immoral to say the least. 243 more words

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Where is The Encounter

All day I have discussed the issue of Cardinal Dolan being the Grand Marshall at the St. Patrick’s Day Parade. I’ll be honest, I have no clue what a Grand Marshall does and I don’t know any history on this parade or any of the people who have fought to carry a gay banner in it. 1,318 more words


7 Quick Takes about dreams that come true, dreams that are barely being dreamed and pest control.


So, last week I wrote about how I wanted to start The Red Door Foundation. Well, I kinda did it. I filed the DBA with the State of Texas and got and EIN from the IRS so we are legit and real. 719 more words

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Exposing the Heresies of the Catholic Church: The Pope

One of the major, early catalysts in the Protestant Reformation was a book by Jan Hus, a Bohemian Christian who preceded Martin Luther by a full century. 998 more words

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Exposing the Heresies of the Catholic Church: The Mass

The writer of Hebrews is inescapably clear about the singular nature of Christ’s sacrifice.

For Christ did not enter a holy place made with hands, a mere copy of the true one, but into heaven itself, now to appear in the presence of God for us; nor was it that He would offer Himself often, as the high priest enters the holy place year by year with blood that is not his own.

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