Archive for March 2009

Neo-Tribalism, Christology, and the Trinity

Mar 10th, 2009 | By | Category: Blog Posts

There is no doubt that modern society has been divided up into various interests groups and sub-cultures. Advertisers label this demographics. Each group is placed into a category and within this category advertisers and companies learn what each category of people “need” in order to “survive” in contemporary society. Thus, young people, middle-aged people, older […]

Aquinas and Trent: Part 1

Mar 7th, 2009 | By | Category: Blog Posts, Featured Articles

One of the most fundamental points of disagreement between Protestants and the Catholic Church, and one that presently keeps us divided, was the subject of the sixth session of the Council of Trent. This session addressed the doctrine of justification. Some Protestants believe that in this session the Catholic Church “anathematized the gospel” and formally […]

Comments for ‘Soli Deo Gloria’

Mar 3rd, 2009 | By | Category: Blog Posts

Please comment on “Soli Deo Gloria: A Catholic Perspective” under this post. Thank you!

Soli Deo Gloria: A Catholic Perspective

Mar 3rd, 2009 | By | Category: Featured Articles

The “five solas” of the Reformation are often seen as uniquely Protestant, and to be sure, most common applications are. But examining the underlying principles of the solas from a Catholic perspective is an important task for Reformed-Catholic reconciliation. And while worthier attempts would fall short of doing justice to even one of these, in this […]

Two Ecumenicisms

Mar 2nd, 2009 | By | Category: Blog Posts

There are fundamentally two different types of ecumenicism. The more well-known type seeks some general agreement about doctrine, and also seeks increased cooperation in charitable social activities such as caring for the poor and the homeless.