Monthly Archives: September 2008

Luther and Purgatory

I tried to post this response once before, butit seems to have disappeared, so I will post it again now and also post a copy of it to myblog: I am also not implying that there was any ill-will on … Continue reading

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Answering James Swan’s Eucharist Questions

1. If a person is unknowingly in mortal sin, and takes the Eucharist, what are the dangers? Should those in such a state simply be excused for being ignorant of the gravity of their state? In order for a sin … Continue reading

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Answering James Swan’s Eucharist Questions

1. If a person is unknowingly in mortal sin, and takes the Eucharist, what are the dangers? Should those in such a state simply be excused for being ignorant of the gravity of their state? In order for a sin … Continue reading

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Responding to James Swan on Sola Fide

I found a blog which “challenges” a statement from my website. That blog can be found here: beggarsallreformation.blogspot.com – by James Swan. James responded to my article over a year ago (March 1, 2007) but I did not see it … Continue reading

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Responding to James Swan on Sola Fide

I found a blog which “challenges” a statement from my website. That blog can be found here: beggarsallreformation.blogspot.com – by James Swan. James responded to my article over a year ago (March 1, 2007) but I did not see it … Continue reading

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Summary of Luther’s Schism

(Posted with permission from Phil, originally posted on the Catholic Debate Forum ). I am not so sure that Martin Luther was protesting against abuses in the Church as much as he was fighting against a local prince-bishop seeking to … Continue reading

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Summary of Luther’s Schism

(Posted with permission from Phil, originally posted on the Catholic Debate Forum ). I am not so sure that Martin Luther was protesting against abuses in the Church as much as he was fighting against a local prince-bishop seeking to … Continue reading

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