Peter Kreeft once said everything Scott Hahn touches turns to gold and this talk seems evidence of that. This talk gave me so much to think about. Hahn summarizes the broad scope of Western intellectualism, where it rose, where it began to fall, and how we are today living with the consequences. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CTMX4C169bg “Intellectuals rule … Continue reading The Forerunners of the Reformation with Dr. Scott Hahn
It seems that most Christians who study the early church love Irenaeus. It’s probably because he battled the gnostic heresies so well in his 5-volume work Against Heresies in the 180s A.D. Since there are no more Valentinians or Marcionites (at least not purposefully) we can all look to him as a hero of the … Continue reading What else does Irenaeus say?
For this post I’d like to discuss one of the major reasons why I’m probably going to join the Roman Catholic Church; and that reason is, ironically, Protestant apologists. When a simple layman such as I can see through the distorted use of history and misrepresentations employed by most of these “defenders of the faith” … Continue reading Are Protestant Apologists Ushering People into the Roman Catholic Church?