Understanding Why Baptism is Necessary for Salvation: Responding to Objections of Catholic Dogma and John 3:5

Here is the second part of an ongoing discussion between myself and a Protestant friend of mine. as previously mentioned, we often met on Saturdays to discuss our various theological differences in charity and over a delicious cheeseburger from any one of our local Five Guys (we call it Theology Over a Bun).In this post,... Continue Reading →

Understanding Why Baptism is Necessary for Salvation: Responding to Objections of Catholic Dogma and John 3:5

Here is the second part of an ongoing discussion between myself and a Protestant friend of mine. as previously mentioned, we often met on Saturdays to discuss our various theological differences in charity and over a delicious cheeseburger from any one of our local Five Guys (we call it Theology Over a Bun).In this post,... Continue Reading →

Baptism Now Saves You: 1 Peter 3:20-21

The following is a response to a friend's blog post where he begins to outline his refutation of the Catholic understanding of baptismal regeneration, focusing his analysis on 1 Peter 3:20-21, which reads:"...who formerly did not obey, when God's patience waited in the days of Noah, during the building of the ark, in which a... Continue Reading →

Baptism Now Saves You: 1 Peter 3:20-21

The following is a response to a friend’s blog post where he begins to outline his refutation of the Catholic understanding of baptismal regeneration, focusing his analysis on 1 Peter 3:20-21, which reads:“…who formerly did not obey, when God’s patience waited in the days of Noah, during the building of the ark, in which a... Continue Reading →

Catholic Bibles: Blizzard Contest

The Catholic Bibles blog is looking to give away some pretty cool reading gifts (read more below):On the eve of not only a massive snow storm which will be hitting the Great Lakes later this evening, but more importantly the feast of the Presentation of the Lord, I thought it would be a great time to... Continue Reading →

Catholic Bibles: Blizzard Contest

The Catholic Bibles blog is looking to give away some pretty cool reading gifts (read more below):On the eve of not only a massive snow storm which will be hitting the Great Lakes later this evening, but more importantly the feast of the Presentation of the Lord, I thought it would be a great time to... Continue Reading →

Apologetics in Action: To Llondy, On the Real Presence (Introduction)

Original Post and CommentMy new comments will be in red and italicized, where necessary, in an effort to maintain the llondy's formatting so as to show full context.Good luck reading and following. As usual, those wishing to offer feedback and/or suggestions are always welcome. Enjoy:My Catholic friend’s comments will be in italics. I do have... Continue Reading →

Apologetics in Action: To Llondy, On the Real Presence (Introduction)

Original Post and CommentMy new comments will be in red and italicized, where necessary, in an effort to maintain the llondy’s formatting so as to show full context.Good luck reading and following. As usual, those wishing to offer feedback and/or suggestions are always welcome. Enjoy:My Catholic friend’s comments will be in italics. I do have... Continue Reading →

Apologetics in Action: To Llondy, On the Real Presence (Introduction)

Original Post and CommentMy new comments will be in red and italicized in an effort to maintain the llondy's formatting so as to show full context.Good luck reading and following. As usual, those wishing to offer feedback and/or suggestions are always welcome. Enjoy:My Catholic friend’s comments will be in italics. I do have many Catholic... Continue Reading →

Apologetics in Action: To Llondy, On the Real Presence (Introduction)

Original Post and CommentMy new comments will be in red and italicized in an effort to maintain the llondy’s formatting so as to show full context.Good luck reading and following. As usual, those wishing to offer feedback and/or suggestions are always welcome. Enjoy:My Catholic friend’s comments will be in italics. I do have many Catholic... Continue Reading →

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