Apologetics

The Three Tombs – Which is the Real One?

November 23, 2013

For a journey to visit three tombs in Jerusalem, click here.

Read the full article →

With Friends on the Sea

November 5, 2013

It is very infrequent that I get to see some of my best friends since they are as busy as me. But once in a while we are fortunate and are speakers together at the same conferences. This time we are on a Caribbean Cruise and one of the great joys is to be with [...]

Read the full article →

All Souls, Purgatory and Dirty China

November 2, 2013

Gus Llyod’s Reflection on Purgatory Today we celebrate the Feast of All Souls. It is the day we remember all the souls in Purgatory. Purgatory can be a controversial topic, and hard to explain. So, I would like to help you with that. Following is one of the chapters of A Minute in the Church [...]

Read the full article →

Mary a Mediatrix? Isn’t there just One Mediator?

October 30, 2013

The Bible says, “For there is one God, and there is one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus” (1 Tim 2:5). Yet Catholics refer to Mary as a Mediatrix (feminine form of the word mediator). So, isn’t that prima facie evidence that Catholics make up doctrines, worship Mary and disregard the Bible? [...]

Read the full article →

Why Do We Call Them APOSTOLIC FATHERS?

October 25, 2013

There are Apostolic Fathers and Fathers of the Church. What is the difference? Fathers of the Church are those bishops, priests and theologians of the first eight centuries who taught and wrote and who helped define the doctrine of the Catholic Church. Apostolic Fathers fit into that catagory but they have a subcategory of their [...]

Read the full article →

Peter & the Primacy in the New Testament

October 12, 2013

St. Peter in the New Testament What Do We Know About Him? Peter is the big rugged fisherman who became the humble servant of the servants of God. Jesus chose him from among the Twelve to be the leader and the visible head of the Church. What do we know about Peter from the New [...]

Read the full article →

Atheism or God? You are the Detective

October 6, 2013

Atheism is growing in America and in the world. But is there a good reason for its popularity? Do they know something we don’t know or do they just not want “a God” to tell them what to do? Is it reasonable to be an atheist? Which takes more faith: atheism or theism (belief in [...]

Read the full article →

Nine Truths about Purgatory: What Catholics Need to Know about Heaven’s Ante-room

October 6, 2013

Nine Truths about Purgatory: What Catholics need to know about the ‘anteroom of heaven’ By Emily Stimpson – OSV Newsweekly, 9/29/2013 (Steve Ray’s article on Purgatory HERE) Some fear it. Others hope for it. Some see it as proof of God’s mercy; others as testimony to God’s wrath. Many don’t know anything about it, while many [...]

Read the full article →

How Old is your Church?

September 20, 2013

How Old Is Your Church? If you are a Lutheran, your religion was founded by Martin Luther, an ex- monk of the Catholic Church, in the year 1517. If you belong to the Church of England, your religion was founded by King Henry VIII in the year 1534 because the Pope would not grant him [...]

Read the full article →

Crap, Castration & Two Creations – Colorful NT Wording

September 10, 2013

We miss a lot when reading the English Bible. We’re at a great disadvantage. The early Christians read the writings of the apostles in the original language – they understood the words and expressions must better than we do. The original language of the Bible is full of rich imagery, stark reality, and colorful terminology. [...]

Read the full article →

Want to Learn to Share the Faith? Street Evangelism for Catholics!

August 19, 2013

“Do not be afraid to go out on the streets and into public places, like the first Apostles who preached Christ and the Good News of salvation in the squares of cities, towns and villages. This is no time to be ashamed of the Gospel. It is the time to preach it from the rooftops.” Blessed [...]

Read the full article →

MP3 Monday: Peter MP3 only $1.99 this week

August 11, 2013

Why don’t Protestants recognize the Pope’s authority? Maybe because they don’t wear their Jewish glasses when they read the Bible. Steve teaches how to defend against Protestant misunderstandings of St. Peter and the Papacy with easy to understand stories and examples. This MP3 only 1.99 this week and all other MP3′s 30% off. www.SteveRaysStore.com

Read the full article →

Nathaniel has Converted 5 Catholics out of the Church

August 8, 2013

Nathaniel wrote:  Thanks for the 6-tips which i see is taken from your baptist upbringing. I will use it to win Catholics to Christ and out from the RC Church. It will add to the list of 5 Catholics I’ve already sucessfully evangelized them out of the RC Church. Keep the tips coming :) I [...]

Read the full article →

Was Jesus a Homosexual? Some say “Yes” and try to Prove it from the Bible!

July 7, 2013

After posting my blog entry “Jesus and Homosexuality” I received a correspondence from a Harry H. McCall, a self-proclaimed ex-reverend, on June 4, 2012. He referred me to his blog “Debunking Christianity.” His post was entitled Jesus the Homosexual: Evidence From the Gospels. It is despicable to even say or suggest this of Our Lord [...]

Read the full article →

Continuing Discussion on Jesus and Homosexuality

July 3, 2013

Steve’s extensive response to new questions in the ComBox below. For the newly revised and full article click here. IN RESPONSE TO MY BLOG JESUS IS NOT A HOMOPHOBE, ROD WROTE: Rod May 30, 2012 at 10:21 PM Steve, Your posting is remarkable ! It is remarkable that, despite your attempts at convincing yourself that [...]

Read the full article →

Cross vs. Crucifix

June 20, 2013

(From a letter Steve wrote to a Evangelical Protestant who asked about the Catholic Crucifix) Dear Evangelical Friend: You display a bare cross in your home; we display the cross and the crucifix. What is the difference and why? The cross is an upright post with a crossbeam in the shape of a “T”. A [...]

Read the full article →