“And as it is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgment.” (Heb. 9:27) There is a phrase in the Bible which is used no less than twenty-three times, spanning across the centuries. Time and again we read, “and he died.” The Bible teaches that every person has a date with their… Continue reading What Will Happen to Fidel Castro After Death?
A Soul in Search of Salvation The Story of Martin Luther and the Protestant Reformation Part 1 Matthew 7:13 “Enter ye in at the strait gate; for wide is the gate, and broad is the way, that leadeth to destruction, And many there be which go in thereat.” Romans 1:17 “For therein is the righteousness… Continue reading Young Martin Luther
I know it is disrespectful to assault the faith of other professing Christians who are sincere, and that is not to be done. However, sometimes gentle humor can provoke thoughtfulness and challenge a person to reconsider what might be a cherished belief. With the latter in mind, the following little narrative by an unknown author… Continue reading Testing a Catholic’s Faith
When discussing theological concepts, it is important that every heart be humble and open to learning the truth. That there is ultimate truth is a presuppositional thought that must be held for any learning to take place. For Protestants, the ultimate source of theological truth is the Bible. “Sola Scriptura,” “Scripture alone,” was a rallying… Continue reading The Shocking Heresy of Pope Francis
Let me first start off on a positive note by saying that I believe the Bible, produced in its original form, is infallible and inerrant. I base this belief off the words of the apostle Paul who wrote to his friend Timothy these words: “All Scripture is given by inspiration of God . . .… Continue reading Why I Believe My Interpretation of Scripture is Fallible . . . and I’m Okay with That!
I was directed to a post over at Daughter of the Reformation that can be found here entitled, “If It Looks Like Rome…,” (of course, implying all things Catholic are icky and antithetical to the true gospel message) outlining what the author believes to be a (disturbing) trend within Presbyterian and Reformed (P&R) churches. Namely,… Continue reading If It Looks Like Rome . . . It Might Not Be All That Bad
When someone mentions October 31 our minds are most likely conditioned to think about Halloween, pumpkins, scary costumes, hayrides, or, best of all, candy. But the day is also remembered by many throughout the world for an entirely different reason. If you were to find yourself in any of the participating German states on October… Continue reading Reformation Day Better than Candy