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There he goes

My friend Jason is asking some tough questions about some Reformed articles of faith. The Reformed may brush him off, but I do not see how they can pretend his criticisms have no teeth. The very best that they can

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Posted in Apologetics, Calvinism, Doings on other blogs, Solo Scriptura

Conundrum

Jason explains a few things. Now some other folks have some ’splaining to do. Or at least think about.

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Posted in Apologetics, Called to Communion, Doings on other blogs, Epistemology, Faith, Protestantism, Solo Scriptura

You know what I’m saying?

Brilliance.

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Posted in Doings on other blogs, Etc, Fides et Ratio

The Noltie Conundrum

That is the name ascribed by Jason Kettinger to the problems for Protestantism presented in my article The Accidental Catholic at Called to Communion. You can find a direct link to the article here. Since I am drawing attention to

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The Catholic Appeal to Scripture

In a thread at the Protestant (and excellently-named) blog Green Baggins a Presbyterian commenter opines of the Catholic paradigm: There is no room for “asking what the Bible says” on any matter of serious importance in this paradigm. The freedom

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I am Spartacus

Five years ago I started blogging pseudonymously. It’s time to shed the anonymity. This is me. I don’t have plans for continuing to write at The Supplement. I have come to prefer WordPress as a blogging platform. My plan at

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Better late than never

I’m overdue in calling to your attention Joshua Lim’s article at Called to Communion, in which he describes his conversion to the Catholic Church. I commend it to you. Joshua’s story resonates with me in how it parallels my own,

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The Catastrophe of Catholic Copyrights

That’s the title of a post written by Mr. Jeffrey Tucker. I think the title is a tad bit expansive or at least misleading; I don’t think Mr. Tucker would mean to criticize copyrights on books written by Catholics, for

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Called to Communion has Two New Authors

The folks at Called to Communion have added two new authors to their ranks. The first is Mr. Jason Stewart, who with his wife was received into the Church a year ago. You may read his excellent conversion story here.

Posted in Called to Communion, Doings on other blogs

The News is Good

Syzygus is back in business. He must be encouraged to persevere in this endeavor. Go now.

Posted in Doings on other blogs
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