May 30, 2024

Two Inerrant Books God has given us two inerrant books which we can study and draw knowledge from. They are the book we know as the Bible, and the book we know as nature.  Since God is the author of both of these books, they cannot conflict one with the other. The truths of the Bible cannot conflict with the truths of nature. If they do seem to conflict, then either our understanding of the Bible is flawed, or our... Read more

May 23, 2024

Straight to Hell I have often been told, as have any number of Catholics, that being Catholic will put one on a direct path to Hell. No passing “Go”. No collecting $200. Nope. Straight to Hell. What should a Catholic do when told they are condemned to Hell if they remain Catholic? Well, I’m going to use a question I received from one of my e-newsletter subscribers to address that issue. Having an apologetics e-newsletter — Apologetics for the Masses... Read more

May 18, 2024

An Open Letter on the Approaching BiMillennium of the Catholic Church Pentecost Sunday May 19, 2024 Dear Fellow Catholics and all Christians of Good Faith, On Pentecost Sunday, in the Year of our Lord, 2033, nine short years from this day, the Catholic Church will celebrate its bimillennial anniversary. That day will mark two thousand years since the Church was made known to the world through the unleashing of the Holy Spirit upon the first disciples “like the rush of... Read more

May 14, 2024

Sola vs. Solo Scriptura – A Distinction Without a Difference  (Cont’d) Continuing My Reply to Dave Armstrong Having demonstrated, in the first part of this article (Sola vs. Solo Scriptura – A Distinction Without a Difference), that there is no such thing as a “standard Protestant definition” of Sola Scriptura – or, for that matter, of any distinctly Protestant doctrine – I would like to finish up with my final two points in response to Dave Armstrong’s Reply to Gavin... Read more

May 9, 2024

A Response to Dave Armstrong Is there one “standard” definition of Sola Scriptura? In a recent Patheos article titled, “Reply to Gavin Ortlund’s 6-Minute Sola Scriptura Defense,” Dave Armstrong says there is. He took issue with me in that article for using a definition of Sola Scriptura that he disagrees with in a tract I wrote several years ago for the folks at St. Paul Street Evangelization (SPSE). Here is how I defined Sola Scriptura in that tract (as quoted... Read more

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