Category Archives: catholicism

A Reflection on the CofC’s “Apostasy Theory” and How It Relates to Marriage

One thing that drew me from the Restorationist Churches of Christ (CofC) to the Catholic Church of Christ was the absolute reasonableness and cohesion of Catholic theology. Throughout this website I’ve addressed the CofC’s best arguments for its “Apostasy Theory” … Continue reading

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Creed: Part #2, Application of the Creed and Current CofC Disunity Regarding Baptism

CofC Christians, The Creed provides unity and identity. People who visit the Catholic Church of Christ do not need to read the minds of any Church leader to learn what the Church believes; the Creed is available to everyone. Members … Continue reading

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In Their Own Words: [Protestant] Church of Christ Christians’ Journeys Toward (and from) the Fullness of Christianity

A selection of posts from this apostolate: Cohesive Sacramental Theology Leads to CatholicismAn Ex-CofC Convert to Catholicism “vs” an Ex-Catholic to CofC-ism Fake Book Review of The Church of Christ Is Built on Rock Q & A with a Recent … Continue reading

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Scott J. Shifferd: A “Straw Man” Meltdown

Scott J. Shifferd (Scott Shifferd Jr.) is a Protestant Church of Christ preacher at Dean Road Church of Christ. He introduced himself to me a few years ago online. I once tolerated irrational comments from CofC-ers on a previous humor … Continue reading

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The “Why” of the CofC’s Hybrid Christian / Worldly View of Marriage

This is my concluding remark from a larger essay that illustrates Fundamentalism’s attack on Christian Marriage. (Please read the full essay for better context if time permits). I remove the “we are the Lord’s Church” mask from the CofC, show … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day Special: A Few Short “Pat Answers” to Common Protestant Questions about Mary

American Protestants are normally confused about Mary. Attention to Mary is more of a Catholic Christian endeavor, and therefore, non-Catholic Christians simply stay away from what their newer traditions believe are “traditions of men”. I was a youth ministry intern … Continue reading

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My Latest Book: The Noble Bereans Were Catholic

I have a new book available. It includes some posts from this website that relate to Protestantism’s theory of sola Scriptura. It’s edited for paperback and is presented in a logical order. Some of the material has been edited / endorsed by … Continue reading

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