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Episode 31. The Wobble-Hat

This episode is about the early reign of Timothy the Cat, his exile, and the consecration of Timothy the Wobble-Hat

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How Do We Know That St. Peter Was The Catholic Church's First Bishop Of Rome?

I WILL BUILD MY CHURCH. In Matthew 16:18 we read, “Now I say to you that you are Peter (which means ‘rock’), and upon this rock I will build my church, and all the powers of hell will not conquer it.” (NLT) 1,570 more words


Incredible quotes - A.T. Robertson

Matthew 24:35


“Heaven and earth will pass away, but My words will not pass away.”

“The greatest proof that the Bible is inspired is that it has withstood so much bad preaching!”

Archibald Thomas Robertson

Pilgrim's Progress Revisited

The Christian Veneration Of Saint's Relics

One of the ancient practices of the Christian faith is the veneration of the relics of the saints. This act of respect given to the remains of the saints who are already in heaven was passed down from generation to generation of Christian believers. 621 more words


On Christianity and the World

The world is the way it is today because it is the world, and the church must confront it with the full truth.  It’s hypocritical for Christians to berate the secular world for the way unbelievers behave when so many churches are validating it either by believing in its ability to be redeemed by human power or by putting on a worldly circus of entertainment and cheap distractions from the real issues.  161 more words

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Podcast: Augustine's 'Confessions', Book 13

This, my friends, is the final episode of Mere Fidelity’s lengthy conversation with Augustine’s Confessions. You can find all of the past Confessions episodes on my… 47 more words


"Fundamental" Church Father?


It would not be truthful to say that all the early church fathers were Fundamentalists like we think of the word today. But what is totally truthful is that all of the Fundamentals of the faith are as ancient as the church, there have been men all throughout the centuries of church history that could have been called Fundamentalists. 834 more words