Information Report – 2/28/2020

Gather 'round, troops. Here's a gathering of resources I've found online this week. The Danger of Just Watching and the Power of Being Seen from Covenant Eyes - A short article on the danger in a relationship that can come not only from use of pornography, but the humiliation and damage that can come from... Continue Reading →

The Woman of Revelation 12

IntroductionA common claim by some modern Roman Catholics, especially within Catholic apologetic circles, is that the woman of Revelation 12 is the Virgin Mary. Pope John Paul II stated in a 1987 encyclical that she has an "ecclesial identification" as the woman clothed in the sun (Redemptoris Mater, 47; source). Indeed, the Roman Catholic Catechism identifies... Continue Reading →

This Week in Review – 3/10/2017

And now another weekly roundup.Heidelberg 80: We Don’t Need Any Footnotes from The Heidelblog - An interesting explanation of Question 80 from the Heidelberg catechism, and whether or not it truly misrepresents the position of Roman Catholicism regarding the Lord's Supper.The Reformed Reject Lent In Basle In 1534 from The Heidelblog - Article XI from... Continue Reading →

Did Pope Francis Goof? A Follow Up Post

Last month, I wrote a post on Pope Francis inviting Muslim and Jewish leaders to pray to God together with Christians. Recently, I've come across a post on Patheos entitled Muslim Prayers in the Vatican…Shock Horror?!!? Written by Fr. Dwight Longenecker, it attempts to lighten some of the shock that came out in response to the... Continue Reading →

Podcast: Re: A Roman Catholic YouTuber

In this episode, we offer a response to four YouTube videos by Adam Charles Hovey, a Roman Catholic defending his church's doctrine. Topics range from confession, to the Eucharist, to faith alone, to the topic of assurance of salvation.This link takes you to Mister Hovey's YouTube video page.This link goes to the podcast episode on... Continue Reading →

Charles Hodge and the Church

Charles Hodge, in speaking on the aftermath of the Council of Nicaea (325 AD) and the Arian Resurgency, touches upon a flaw in the Roman Catholic definition of what the church is, and how it is identified.In dealing within this undeniable fact, Romanists and Romanizers are forced to abandon their principle. Their doctrine is that... Continue Reading →

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