Binz on the Bible

Binz

Stephen J Binz is a Bible scholar who bridges the Evangelical-Catholic divide. In hisAncient-Future Bible Study Series he gives us a series of great Bible studies on various characters in the Bible. With studies on Peter, Abraham, Women of the Torah, Women of the Gospels, Paul and David, these studies for either individuals or groups highlight [Read More...]

Is Anybody There?…In Hell That Is.

Hell

In the current debate on hell (which is really a debate on universalism) there is some fuzzy thinking going on. Here is an excerpt from my book The Quest for the Creed which comes out next week. This book is a new edition of Adventures in Orthodoxy. Published by Crossroads, it has new material and a new format. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ [Read More...]

The Decline of the Church in Britain

Whitby Abbey - "bare, ruined quires"

Damian Thompson (who is probably one of the world’s greatest journalists) write here about the decline of Christianity in Britain. The shrinking of those who identify as Christians is combined with a dramatic surge in the Muslim population. You can’t disagree with the statistics: Since the last census in 2001, the number of Britons identifying [Read More...]

Woman and Serpent Take 2

Immaculate Conception by Murillo

  Here is a chapter from my book Mary-A Catholic Evangelical Debate–with a former Bob Jones University classmate– David Gustafson [Read more...]

Inaccurate Deception?

BlessedMother

Here is the article from earlier this year which tells the story of how I came to accept the Immaculate Conception…It’s a personal testimony of an important part of my journey to the fullness of the faith in the Catholic Church. I hope you enjoy reading it, and wish you a blessed feast day! [Read more...]

My Dia-blog with Frank Viola

I hesitate to call Frank an “Evangelical” because he says he and Christians like him are “beyond Evangelical”. That resonates because one of my books and my approach to the faith is “More Christianity”. Anyway, I read the book Frank wrote with Leonard Sweet called Jesus A Theography and thought he and I might be able [Read More...]


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