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My Debate on “Sola Scriptura” with a Protestant

While most of America celebrates Halloween on October 31, a growing number of Protestants celebrate “Reformation Day,” the 497th anniversary of when Martin Luther allegedly nailed his 95 theses to the Wittenberg cathedral. The act is generally considered to have sparked the Protestant Reformation. To mark the occasion, I participated in a two-hour radio debate last Thursday on the topic … Continue reading

“I’m not Catholic because _________.”

Most of my writing deals with Catholic topics. And that makes sense because, after all, I am a Catholic. But from the statistics and feedback I receive, I know my blog draws many non-Catholic readers. That’s probably a result of being a former non-Catholic myself, and it’s something I’m really happy about. My problem, though, is that I do a … Continue reading

“100 Biblical Arguments Against Sola Scriptura” – Review

100 Biblical Arguments Against Sola Scriptura by Dave Armstrong   No belief is more central to Protestantism than sola Scriptura, which says the Bible is the only infallible, authoritative source of Christian faith and practice. It was a main rallying cry of the original Protestant Reformers and remains so today. While Catholics root their authority in the three-legged stool of … Continue reading

More Responses to "Why I Hate Religion, But Love Jesus"

As the viral “Why I Hate Religion, But Love Jesus” video crosses the 10 million-view mark, the responses keep rolling in. This one’s my favorite as I think it’s both cogent and charitable: Marcel LeJeune has a running list of video and textual responses, while apologist Jimmy Akin has posted his own cleverly-titled rebuttal, “Why I Hate People Hating on … Continue reading

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