Tag Archives: Roman Catholicism

The Jewish "Blood Libel"

By | 28 Nov 2013

What the Heck is a “Blood Libel?” The so-called “blood libel” is a theological fiction perpetrated by both Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox traditions — and decades later carried to its logical conclusion by the Nazis during the Holocaust — that was used to justify the persecution and murder of literally millions of Jews over a time period… Read More »

Is Roman Catholicism a Cult?

By | 20 Nov 2013

Anti-Catholic? Some people, after reading some of my blog articles, might get the impression I am anti-Catholic. Others might go so far as to accuse me of being divisive, promoting schism within the Body of Christ by calling out the Catholic Church on their issues, saying we Protestants need to play nicey-nice with them in the name of… Read More »

Thoughts on Christmas

By | 11 Dec 2011

Merry Christmas! A lot of commentaries tend to come out this time of year dealing with the significance of Christmas. This is mine. The Burning Questions Is Christmas actually unmentioned in the Bible, and; Is this an issue we need to be concerned about?

The God Who Speaks

By | 30 May 2011

As I described in my very first post, there exists a philosophy I call “man’s religion”, not in the sense of gender, but of mankind. And I covered there many of the major distinctions between man’s religion and true, biblical Christianity in that post. One of the misconceptions about God inherent to man’s religion is He is silent.… Read More »

He is Risen! #1

By | 24 Apr 2011

Happy Resurrection Day! Today we celebrate the anniversary of the single most significant event in the history of the world: the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead. This is not a doctrine we believe lacking proof or despite evidence to the contrary, but it is an actual historical event which has been attested to by secular and… Read More »