Category Archives: catholic

How Does Mary Make Us More Christian?

Q) Patrick, How does Mary Make us more Christian? A greater love for Mary is the natural result of becoming more Christian. Are men not better husbands when they come to love what their bride loves? Do people not love … Continue reading

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Bible Ninja Answers a Catholic about the Protestant Church of Christ

Non-Catholic Christians, I often answer questions for Catholics, too! Which Bible Version Does the Protestant Church of Christ Use? …and… How Do Catholics View Mary in Light of Mark 3:20,21—in How Jesus’ Family Thought He Had Lost His Mind? These … Continue reading

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Marriage and Sex, Part 8. A Foundational Protestant Assumption

Many Fundamentalists enjoy two of Christianity’s seven sacraments of grace: Baptism and Matrimony. Those who are baptized are part of the Christian Church, though not in full communion with her; and Catholicism affectionately recognizes their status as brothers and sisters … Continue reading

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Marriage and Sex, Part 4. “Birth Control”

Rudd’s third argument for the Catholic Church’s “flawed, incomplete, and destructive” understanding of Marriage is titled, “Birth Control”. Rudd continues: III. Birth Control: Roman Catholic church [sic] has a prohibition against birth control. Such is as [sic] anti-Biblical [sic] as … Continue reading

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Ecclesiology, Part 6. What Are the Keys?

Stone-Campbellite Traditionalists, As proved in previous posts, Christ Jesus is our Messianic King, and He is at the top of the Church’s hierarchy. The King chose St. Peter to be the Royal Steward. The other Apostles, including St. Paul, were … Continue reading

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Ecclesiology, Part 4. Structure and Intent

CofC Christians, If the Protestant Church of Christ would mind what it advertises as a principle—to “speak where the Bible speaks, and to be silent where the Bible is silent”—then your community would be built on St. Peter. The Catholic … Continue reading

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Ecclesiology, Part 3. Responses to CofC Protests

CofC’ers, Your members ordinarily first object to the Catholic Church of Christ’s self-understanding of what Jesus’ spoken words mean by arguing from the written words of a different language—by divorcing the text from its creator or insisting that Jesus would … Continue reading

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