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Reviewing Martin Luther's "On Christian Liberty"

In October 31, 1517, Martin Luther pinned his Ninety-Five Theses on the door of All Saints’ Church in Wittenberg, Germany, sparking widespread public reaction in Germany, which eventually led to the permanent schism in the church. 3,134 more words

Book Review

Sola Scriptura?

Q. I would be interested to know where Mary’s Immaculate Conception is referenced in the Bible. I would also like to have reference to her being/remaining sinless. 460 more words

The Exegetical Barth

For many people, especially for those who have never actually read him for themselves, the Swiss theologian Karl Barth can seem to be something of a pariah due to many places in his dogmatics where he appears to depart from traditional Protestant, Reformed, evangelical, or even orthodox theology. 985 more words

Reformed Theology

Evangelicalism Sans Inerrancy?

Andy Stanley, a megachurch Evangelical minister (and the son of Southern Baptist minister Charles Stanley) has ignited what may ultimately prove to be a firestorm in the Evangelical faith by contending that Christians, at least, the vast majority of those in his faith tradition, place too much emphasis on the Bible. 906 more words

Jim Langcuster

Why I Accept the Authority of the Catholic Church

One of the big concerns I had as a non-Catholic was that Catholics don’t believe in Sola Scriptura, or Bible Alone theology. Catholics accept the Authority of the Catholic Church on interpretation of the Bible, and to discern other Truths important to the faith though Tradition and the Magisterium. 2,356 more words

Catholic

A Very Brief Refutation of Solipsism

According to the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy,

Solipsism is…regarded as the doctrine that, in principle, “existence” means for me my existence and that of my mental states.

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Apologetics

Repentance

“But who can discern their own errors? Forgive my hidden faults. Keep your servant also from willful sins; may they not rule over me. Then I will be blameless, innocent of great transgression.

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Reflection