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Questionnaire for Catholics

Questionnaire for Catholics

Did you enjoy mass last Sunday? Did you enjoy calling the priest “Father” even though Jesus told us not to use this title for church leaders (Matthew 23:8-9)? Did you enjoy all the extra-biblcal ceremonies of the mass even though Jesus warned about the danger of...
Glossary of Terms for Reformed Churches

Glossary of Terms for Reformed Churches

Due to their intense love for scripture, Reformed Christians also love to discuss theology. This Theological Glossary is offered to help non-reformed or newly-reformed Christians better understand and engage in such discussions. If there is a theological term you like...
Anti-trinitarians Invited

Anti-trinitarians Invited

May 17, 2018 This is honest invitation to local Mormons, Jehovah’s Witnesses, and Oneness Pentecostals: Some of you have been to my front door. Some of you have exchanged e-mails with me. Some of you have read my articles in the newspaper. Some of you have yet...
The Attributes of God

The Attributes of God

“GOD” – Everyone uses the term and there used to be a time when most people knew what it meant. Sadly, that time is long past. God wants us to know him and has graciously revealed himself to us through the holy scriptures that we might have hope. We...
Phrase: A Gospel Issue

Phrase: A Gospel Issue

I have heard people use the phrase “gospel issue” many times and, like most evangelical clichés, I do not find it helpful. Having listened to its use on various occasions, the phrase seems to have two main purposes: (1) to stifle debate and (2) to sneak social issues...
The Athanasian Creed

The Athanasian Creed

The Athanasian Creed is one of the “Ecumenical Creeds” of Christendom (i.e., a statement of faith that has been universally accepted in all Western churches). It is much longer than the other two Ecumenical Creeds (i.e., The Apostles Creed and Nicene...