Category Archives: Doctrine

John MacArthur v N.T. Wright

It’s not clear to me that Pr. John MacArthur has read substantively any of the writings of N.T. Wright. If Pr. MacArthur has problems with Wright’s views on Justification and the New Perspective, I would very appreciate hearing why. As … Continue reading

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Faithful Dying

Have you ever thought about what it means to die faithfully, by which I mean to die is such a way as to glorify God by living out one’s faith to the very, very end. I suspect St. Peter had … Continue reading

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The Parable of the Kosher Deli

[Taken from Bishop Lori’s Statement to the House Committee on Oversight regarding Religious Freedom] HHS has mandated that, with few exceptions, all employers must offer insurance coverage for birth control pills, devices, and abortifacients. So, with apologies to Jesus, the ancient … Continue reading

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Why Do Zebras Exist?

Religion, or more properly the practice of one’s faith, endures largely because of reason. More specifically, the nature of faith is the desire of reason to seek the answers to three profoundly human questions: Who am I? Why am I? How then shall I live? The secular intellect … Continue reading

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