Saint Paul and Habakkuk 2:4: Evidence that Faith is a Life Lived and Not Mere Belief

I don't particularly like doing “word studies” of the Bible. I do not know Hebrew or Greek, and anyone who claims they do can simply tell me I'm wrong and that I do not understand the language. They can say, “The word is a past-perfect-noun-verb-clause-dative, and therefore the text clearly means yadda, yadda, yadda.” It … Continue reading Saint Paul and Habakkuk 2:4: Evidence that Faith is a Life Lived and Not Mere Belief

Salvation: A One-Time Event or a Life Lived?

I was raised Evangelical Protestant. I said the “Sinner’s Prayer” when I was five in which I asked Jesus to forgive my sins and come into my heart to be my personal Lord and Savior. Is this the end of the story? Am I now “saved” and assured of my place in heaven? Is there … Continue reading Salvation: A One-Time Event or a Life Lived?

Some Fun Re-Wording a CARM Article

So I decided to have a little fun.  Taking this piece from CARM titled “Why do Roman Catholics believe what they do”, I re-worded the article from a Catholic perspective writing about Protestants instead of vice-versa.[1]  The blocked quotes are CARM's and the responses are my own.[2] Enjoy! ------------------------------------------------------------ But, it doesn't matter what CARM … Continue reading Some Fun Re-Wording a CARM Article

Are Protestant Apologists Ushering People into the Roman Catholic Church? Part II

This is a continuation of the discourse from the last post about a Protestant apologist named Charlie Campbell and how people like him are one of the reasons I’ll probably be entering the Roman Catholic Church soon. Alongside bad history, Charlie Campbell, in his attempts to set up “ah-ha!” moments in our minds against the … Continue reading Are Protestant Apologists Ushering People into the Roman Catholic Church? Part II