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Category Archives: Catholic
I’ve been thinking recently about how different Christians understand ‘faith’. In particular it has struck me how for most Protestant denominations ‘faith’ is something that you have, a noun and object. You hear phrases along the lines of ‘I’m struggling … Continue reading
* Mark Shea mentioned that he might give my blog a plug today for which I am exceedingly grateful. If this is the first time you have come to my blog, this post is the 5th of a series of … Continue reading
I know I said that my first several posts were going to be notes from the Listening to God Bible study, and I really do mean to post those, but it seemed to me that today my post needed to … Continue reading
This post originally started as a response to a Facebook comment. The context is the “Why I Hate Religion but love Jesus” Youtube video as well as a response by blogger Jimmy Akin. My friend writes: