Theology

Once Saved, Always Saved?

March 2, 2009

A friend of mine, Randy Carson, wrote this insightful article: Ironically, while one group of Protestants is touting “once saved always saved” another group is stating that you can never really be sure who has REAL faith until the end because it might turn out that one is “overcome” by the world at the last [...]

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Patty Bond’s Beeeautiful Revised Conversion Story

February 23, 2009

Patty is a clear thinker and a great writer. She shares her story with emotion, theology, charity and humor. This is a must-read conversion story from Baptist to Catholic and from the darkness of incestuous child abuse to her ascent “Out of the Darkness.” Her story is very compelling and shows what healing and deliverance [...]

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Pope Says Luther was Right — with a Caveat

November 20, 2008

Pope Benedict has been using his Wednesday audiences to give briliant talks on St. Paul. This week his topic was “On St. Paul and Justification.” In the talk he comments on Luther and says he was correct in his idea of faith alone if it is understood properly. He gives a balanced and precise explanation. [...]

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Ironic Twist to a Devastating Story

December 24, 2007

I am currently writing next year's Study Guide for Catholic Scripture Study – on Genesis. This section I wrote was so exciting and ironic I had to share it, especially since this is Christmas when God became Man. Here is a small section of what I wrote: But why didn't God prevent Adam and Eve from sinning? [...]

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Anglican Leader Questions Nativity Story

December 21, 2007

Anglican leader questions Nativity story  London, Dec. 21, 2007 (CWNews.com) – The Archbishop of Canterbury questioned the accuracy of the Nativity story in a BBC television interview. Dr. Rowan Williams, the worldwide leader of the Anglican communion, said that the story of the Magi in particular is vague at best, and the claim that the [...]

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