During this time of the Evangelicals And Catholics Together (ECT) accord, I think it is important to be able to put good information into people’s hands. This is an easy read of fewer than 150 pages but gives precise and usable information on understanding the Catholic church and seeing the issues of salvation. Armstrong gives the historical perspective and a theological perspective. From a gracious spirit he says, “no” we cannot call the Roman view Christian.
There is One GodJune 3, 2013
For there is one God, and one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus (1 Timothy 2:5) This is such an age of conformity, unanimity, and ecumenical oneness that we can hardly speak of God except in all-inclusive terms. If one were to express that he believes his God to be the only real […]
Guess What Has Not Changed?June 25, 2005
Perhaps the most difficult problem in dealing with a postmodern culture is defining our terms. I doubt that a generation has ever been so flexible with language as this one. One hundred years ago W.H. Griffith Thomas, combating German Rationalism, said, “We cannot in any degree be sure of the thought unless we can be […]
Essentials and NonessentialsAugust 25, 2004
Most things in life could be categorized into essential or nonessential, depending on the priorities at hand. The basic necessities of life are essential if we want to stay alive. Food is essential to life but ice cream may be a nonessential when your budget is on a shoe string. Many of the things that […]