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Go read! Timothy Kauffman at Out Of His Mouth blog

“While many Protestants deny that Roman Catholicism is a Christian denomination, one of the most persistent criticisms of Protestants by Roman Catholics is that we, allegedly, can only trace our religion back to the 16th century. 333 more words

Pilgrim's Progress Revisited

She Is Unchanged And Unchangeable

Christopher Wordsworth, D.D.:

“Let none imagine that Rome is changed: that, although she was once proud and cruel, she is now humble and gentle; and that we have nothing to fear from her. 146 more words

Romeward Ecumenism

Maria, a gentle iconoclast reblogged this on Pilgrim’s Progress revisited - a former Catholic on the narrow way and commented:

"And you shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.” John 8:32

Thoughts on sacramental preparation in the Catholic Church today

@VictoriaGaile I would love to read your thoughts on anything related but esp things like homework for 1st communion but not for marriage?

— Rae (@VitaCatholic) …

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Early Church 2: From Sect to Church

How did the obscure Jewish sect called ‘The Way’ become the Christian Church? How did the communities of Jesus’ disciples continue their life and mission as the first generation of Apostolic leaders passed? 27 more words

Early Church 1: The Roman Empire

I am teaching a six-part series on early church history at Christ Church here in San Antonio. I have decided to put the lectures online for anyone who is interested in the topic. 25 more words

Missions And History

Eternal Subordination of the Son, Complementarianism, and the Evangelical Theological Society

There’s so much going on within the Evangelical Theological Society (ETS) over the issue of the eternal subordination of the Son (ESS). Those who deny ESS use the doctrine to support Egalitarianism and those who affirm ESS use the doctrine to support Complementarianism—both sides taking the Trinity as the basis for teaching the doctrine of submission within the family unit. 262 more words

Early Church And Ancient Documents

Charles Spurgeon Recounts His Salvation

While writing my post the other day about grace and the doctrine of salvation I found this extended quote from Charles Haddon Spurgeon’s autobiography and wanted to share it: 306 more words