Blog Archives

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

Advertisement
Tagged with: , ,
Posted in Apologetics, Church History, Protestantism, Solo Scriptura

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

Tagged with: , ,
Posted in Apologetics, Calvinism, Doings on other blogs, Solo Scriptura

Means of Perfection

Protestants often claim that 2 Timothy 3:16-17 are a sufficient proof of their doctrine of sola scriptura: All Scripture is inspired by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, that the man of

Tagged with: , ,
Posted in Apologetics, Solo Scriptura

Consequences of the Primacy of Conscience

An interesting exchange between a Presbyterian and some Catholics occurred recently. A Catholic mentioned in passing that Protestants hold to the primacy of the individual conscience. The Presbyterian indignantly denied holding this view, and apparently did not think that it

Tagged with: , ,
Posted in Apologetics, Fides et Ratio, Protestantism, Solo Scriptura

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

Tagged with: , ,
Posted in Doings on other blogs
Categories
Pages
Archives

Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Join 146 other followers