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 →

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 →

America’s Religion of Deism

Americans have always been a fairly religious people, but not always in the way people commonly think. For example, the English colonists, during the 17th century, were pretty strongly Christian; from Anglican to Puritan, Protestantism was the norm. Catholics were only barely tolerated in some colonies, and forbidden in most. By the 18th century, many... Continue Reading →

How To Evangelize the Evangelicals

  In a previous essay, I wrote the time has come to forget the Liberal Catholics and Convert the Evangelicals. The premise of that essay, in a nutshell, is that Liberal Catholics have already abandoned the faith and have no interest in returning to it. Their fate is now sealed. We're watching it happen right... Continue Reading →

The Benedict Option for Catholics

Rod Dreher is an amazing author and columnist. He was an Evangelical Christian who came into the Catholic Church, where he was confronted by the "Spirit of Vatican II" (a bastardization of the authentic Vatican II) and the Lavender Mafia, which promptly drove him out of the Catholic Church and into the arms of Eastern... Continue Reading →

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