Monthly Archives: October 2011

Fatal Flaws of Sola Scriptura

This post comes from the Catholic Debate Forum… a lively discussion/debate forum hosted on Yahoogroups…. Here is a link to that post there if you are interested in following the thread and/or joining in the discussions there: On Wed, … Continue reading

Posted in Authority, Barry Hofstetter, sola scriptura | 5 Comments

BOM=Return of the Jedi

A humorous look at comparing the BOM to the Return of the Jedi…   The CathApol Blog is a portal to the forums hosted by A.C.T.S. the American Catholic Truth Society.

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Doomsday Passes – Again

Well, Harold Camping had predicted the world would end – again – on October 21, which was yesterday.  I guess since you’re reading this today you can be assured he was wrong – again.  Not that I have taken any … Continue reading

Posted in Eschatology | 2 Comments

Why Was Luther Wrong? (Part 1)

Why Was Luther Wrong? The primary reason Luther was wrong is due to his rejection of due authority which God Himself put in place.  I can hear the Protestants, especially the Lutherans now, stating how Luther was right because he … Continue reading

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Can Romney Win?

With Romney being a Mormon, do you think he could gain enough votes to actually win?  It’s fairly common knowledge that one cannot win the presidency without winning the South.  With the South being so heavy with Southern Baptists and … Continue reading

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Did Mary Die?

Often I have seen Protestants try to “make hay” over this discussion.  They like to point out various Catholics who disagree on this matter.  One such discussion I stumbled across on Beggars All.  On BA, Mr. Swan quotes a Catholic … Continue reading

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Who Is Drawn?

John 6:  “44 No one can come to me unless the Father who sent me draws them, and I will raise them up at the last day.” (NIV)Calvinists like to use this verse to “prove” predestination, but in the context … Continue reading

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