Category Archives: Confession

Whatever the Pope says?

Papal infallibility is a hotly contested theological doctrine of the Roman Catholic Church. Especially now that Pope Francis is “in charge” as the Bishop of Rome and half the words he says that come out of his mouth are borderline … Continue reading

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Lenten reading recommendations

The Church is now officially in its Lenten season. At least the Western Church. The Western Church has different seasons for its year. We start with the Advent season, then we progress to the Christmas season, then we progress to … Continue reading

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Melania Trump introduces Trump rally with Pater Noster

This was just beautiful seeing this from Melania the other day. We live in a world where even “churches” have begun to throw this prayer out of their liturgies.¬†We see people tampering with the Pater Noster stating it is sexist … Continue reading

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The Soul of…Scot McKnight???

I’ll be honest, I am probably a huge critic of Dr. McKnight. Secretly, I hope he actually hears my criticisms of him and gets the point. But he’s an acedemically proclaimed New Testament Scholar and these days, theological schools have … Continue reading

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The Church Potent

My friend insanitybytes wrote a post on a book she is reading. In this post, she writes the following.. The church is actually not a building or an institution, it is us, we the people who follow Christ. Exactly! But … Continue reading

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Could Democratic Party face struggles for Presidency in 2020?

I suppose it’s a little difficult to make predictions about a possible eight-year Trump presidency but what can be seen right now is an ever-growing irrelevance of the Democratic Party combined with Trump fulfilling a lot of the promises he … Continue reading

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The gap between NT scholars and the Church, Protestants and the Church…

This is an e-mail exchange I had with an NT scholar after observing that he had declared Apostolic Succession a false doctrine on his own blog. The main problem is that the Church’s teachings over the years have established Apostolic … Continue reading

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