Posts Tagged ‘ Soli Deo Gloria ’

One is Holy, One is Lord

Feb 17th, 2011 | By | Category: Blog Posts

The principle of lex orandi, lex credendi (which can be translated as “the law of praying is the law of believing”) has an immediate appeal to almost all Christians. It is easy to see that how we relate to God in prayer is a mirror-like reflection of our beliefs, and we sense intuitively that our […]

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God knows He tried

May 26th, 2009 | By | Category: Blog Posts

Given our recent discussions on the nature of the atonement and predestination, here’s an opportunity to apply this to something concrete at the popular level: a rap song

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Podcast Episode 3

Apr 1st, 2009 | By | Category: Podcast

In this episode, Tom Riello interviews Sean Patrick and Tim Troutman on the topics of their recent articles on Called to Communion: Soli Deo Gloria and Sola Gratia.

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No Argument of the Emptiness: Edwards and Irenaeus on the End of the World

Mar 19th, 2009 | By | Category: Blog Posts, Featured Articles

The Divine goodness is the end of all corporeal things because the entire universe, with all its parts, is ordained towards God as its end, inasmuch as it imitates, as it were, and shows forth the Divine goodness, to the glory of God. Reasonable creatures, however, have in some special and higher manner God as […]

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A Salient Moment – Reflection on Soli Deo Gloria

Mar 18th, 2009 | By | Category: Blog Posts

Catholicism seemed like the last religion on the earth that I would ever embrace. In embracing the Gospel as understood by most Protestants, I affirmed that the Gospel was all about giving God glory, and to Him alone. If I were to sit down and choose a faith that looked Christian but missed this central […]

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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 […]

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