Are Catholics Christian by Evangelical Standards?

Are Catholics considered Christian by Evangelical standards? You've probably heard different things from different people. The best way to determine this is to take a good look at the most commonly-agreed Evangelical Statement of Faith and see where Catholics stand in relation to that. The following is from the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE). This... Continue Reading →

Resisting The Antichurch

In my last blog I defined what the Antichurch is. Please go back and read it here before you read on. Now, I'm going to give you some bad news along with some good news. The bad news is this. We cannot defeat the Antichurch. By human standards, it is unstoppable. That's because it breathes,... Continue Reading →

Liberal-Modernism Kills Authentic Ecumenism

  I think this is a topic that needs to be broached. How much do the antics of liberals and modernists in the Catholic Church harm authentic ecumenical relations? When I say "authentic" ecumenical relations, I'm referring strictly to those that lead to unity with the Catholic Church, as opposed to "superficial" ecumenical relations, wherein... Continue Reading →

The Truth About Married Priests

Before I begin this essay, allow me to give full disclosure. First, I am not a priest. Second, I am married. Third, I don't want to be a priest -- ever. Fourth, I will probably never be a priest and that's just fine with me. Truth be told, I enjoy my freedom as a Catholic... Continue Reading →

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