Yesterday, we looked at Saint Ignatius of Antioch’s seven letters, written on the road to martyrdom and dripping with Catholic doctrine. And all by A.D. 110! Judge rightly and don’t get . . .
Caught on the wrong side of history
More light from history on the Catholic faith
The Catholic Church claims an unbroken line back to the days of the New Testament; bishops standing in apostolic succession to the apostles of Jesus Christ and carrying forward the faith once delivered. The claim rests on good evidence. One link consists of seven letters from Saint Ignatius of Antioch. The link is so strong and the letters so Catholic-looking that they require a response from the thoughtful Protestant. The Ignatian evidence demands a verdict. Continue reading “Ignatian evidence demands a verdict, part 1”
What is truth? The infamous hand-washer never waited for the answer. When I asked and waited, the answer became a matter of conscience. Continue reading “St. Augustine believed in purgatory?”
Blessed John Henry Newman’s An Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine
“I have much more to tell you, but you cannot bear it now. But when he comes, the Spirit of truth, he will guide you to all truth. He will not speak on his own, but he will speak what he hears, and will declare to you the things that are coming.” (Jn. 16:12-13)
History exposing Protestantism’s unproven and unprovable assumptions is not enough. Continue reading “The light of history humbles Catholics and unseats Protestants”
John Henry Cardinal Newman helped me see that was me. He helped me see through centuries-old, anti-Catholic error and prejudice. And so Cardinal Newman helped me enter the Catholic Church. Continue reading “Heresy’s a hard word to swallow”
This is the excerpt for your very first post.
Because it’s true.
Since the real answer gets long and complicated, I started this blog. But the short answer cannot be overlooked: it was a matter of conscience. Continue reading “Why does a Baptist-turned-Reformed-Presbyterian enter the Roman Catholic Church?”