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Baptized Humanism?

The Reformation arose out of the Renaissance. Protestants are ready to acknowledge the fact that the Renaissance emphases upon classical literature and a return “ad fontes,” to the sources, played an important part in the birth of their movement. This

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Posted in Apologetics, Church History, Protestantism, Solo Scriptura

Salvation outside the Church

Some have said that a “novelty” introduced by the second Vatican Council is the idea that some people who are not Christians at all could be saved by God. These same folks are apparently unaware of the fact that the

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Posted in Apologetics, Baptism, Church History, Sola Gratia

Ideas have Consequences

Henri Daniel-Rops wrote a ten-volume history of the Church. The final volume, Our Brothers in Christ, as the jacket blurb says, “covers the period 1870-1959 and gives a broad and comprehensive survey, from a Catholic viewpoint, of the activities of

Posted in Church History, Protestantism

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