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A Good Word for Ecumenism

I planned on writing a more theological blog post this week, talking about verses that demand answers that had been “glossed over” when I was a Protestant. 1,088 more words


Live your Religion? You are a Bigot

The American Bill of Rights (the first 10 amendments to our constitution, and thereby the supreme law of the land) starts this way:

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

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A Defense of Argument (ft. Mary and the Saints)

An accusation Christians often get is trusting in a blind faith. Even within Christianity, Catholics can be accused by not using their mind in loving God. 1,348 more words


Feed my sheep?

Neo’s post yesterday (for which, by the way many thanks) took us further down the theme we have been exploring of late, namely how Christians interact with the world. 594 more words


The Church and politics

From the time of Constantine the Christian Church has been involved in high level politics. Before that it was simply the victim of those who were, and thereby suffered centuries of persecution; it was little wonder that its leaders sought to avoid a return to that position. 667 more words


The 2nd Amendment and The Inquisition

Last week I talked about a doctrinal issue: the deuterocanonical books. This week I’m switching it up and writing about a more social issue with the Catholic Church. 1,521 more words


Jesus said: "I have more things to say to you,......"

I was told by an Anti-Catholic blogger:

“The Roman Catholic Church’s teachings have been added over the centuries, which means the scriptures never taught them.  If doctrines are added to the church it means the teachings themselves were never there from the beginning.”

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