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March 3, 2013

It is no secret that Martin Luther eliminated all works as having anything to do with our justification/salvation. In what most call his “greatest work,” The Bondage of the Will, Luther commented on St. Paul’s Letter to the Romans:

The assertion that justification is free to all that are justified leaves none to work, merit or prepare themselves… For if we are justified without works, all works are condemned, whether small or great; Paul exempts...

February 11, 2013

In this post we will look at how one might respond to five self-referentially incoherent things people say about truth.

Self-referential incoherence is a logical fallacy in which some claim is made that, upon being applied to itself, refutes itself.

1. “There is no such thing as objective truth.” Really? Is that statement objectively true? If so, it is objectively true that there is no objective truth.

2. “Only that which can be proven...

January 29, 2013

This blogoccupying the left column of our redesigned main pagefeatures posts by members of the Catholic Answers staff. Aside from Yours Truly they are:

Apologists: Jimmy Akin, Michelle Arnold, Jim Blackburn, Matt Fradd, Peggy Frye, Trent Horn, Hector Molina, Tim Staples

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