Category Archives: New Testament

Muhammad the prideful heretick and false prophet…

Any one who has casually examined snippets of the Quran can note strong similarities between the Bible (Jewish TNKH and Christian NT) and itself. It shouldn’t be surprising. This is why the religion of Islam is fairly often considered an … Continue reading

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Unmarried, Widowed, Married

I get asked quite frequently about girlfriends, having them, children, etc. It’s all part of the culture we live in. We value sexual relations and amorous relations. Having one is a sign of your “high-ranking” in life. Not having one … Continue reading

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Spiritual Scoping…

Many of these things, but more especially the apparitions of devils and Angels, which are related by other persons who have had visions of the Passion of Jesus Christ, are fragments of symbolical interior perceptions of this species, which vary … Continue reading

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Bl Mary of Agreday–Mystica Ciudad de Dios

The work of the Bl Mary of Agreda’s┬áMystica Ciudad de Dios or┬áThe Mystical City of God in English is a detailed history of the life of the Virgin Mary as it develops in the Gospel and then as it is … Continue reading

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The Rebellion.

One of the things as of late seems to be this glorification of the concept of rebellion and the effects that the Star Wars movies had at their core a message of rebellion. And as of late, I see lots … Continue reading

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Apostolic Succession–a doctrine rooted in history…

Going back to a particular conversation I had with an NT scholar recently, one thing he asked in his adamant denial and objection to Apostolic Succession is whether the Church is served by dogma with no historic foundation. I would … 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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