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March 31, 2013

Over several posts, I have responded to various Protestant objections to praying to saints. “How can a mere man respond to multiple prayers at the same time?” "Prayer to saints is necromancy!" Or, perhaps the most famous, “If Jesus Christ is revealed in I Tim. 2:5 to be the...

March 19, 2013

Protestants need not worry about Catholics worshipping Christ's mother and the saints. It's taken us some 2,000 years to figure out four dogmatic truths about the Blessed Virgin Mary—that she is the Mother of God, a perpetual Virgin, immaculately conceived...

March 17, 2013

In a previous post, I talked about the problem of how a saint in heaven could hear the prayers of multiple people praying to him at the same time. In his book, Answers to Catholic Claims, A Discussion of Biblical Authority, James White attempts to make that discussion a moot point when he says there shouldn’t be any of this praying to dead folks to begin with:

The Bible...

March 15, 2013

Nothing’s better than when an enemy begrudgingly admits that while he hates your cause, he admires the character of those who represent it.  In the first centuries of the Church, persecution was the norm and bloody campaigns led by Roman emperors such as Nero or Domitian sent many Christians to painful deaths.

I really enjoy reading early Christian history because it always challenges me to be holy in the face of obstacles to our faith. Even the enemies of the early church couldn’t...