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Jim Blackburn
In an all-too-common tragedy these days, a poorly catechized Catholic attends a worship service at a megachurch, mistakenly believing the...
Tim Staples
The Catechism of the Catholic Church teaches this about purgatory: “All who die in God’s grace and friendship, but still imperfectly purified,...
Jim Blackburn
The Ontario Consultants on Religious Tolerance ask on their Web site (religioustolerance.org), "If we hold to Leviticus’ statements as being a...
Jim Blackburn
A recent "Dear Abby" column featured a letter from a woman who was appalled that her husband’s parents had rejected their daughter Mia’s...
Karlo Broussard
The Church always has held that Scripture teaches “firmly, faithfully, and without error”—despite the assertions of some theologians at the...
Jim Blackburn
When I was in college, it was common for each professor to hand out a syllabus outlining and summarizing his course. I remember one syllabus in...
Carl Olson
God became Man and walked among us. He died for our sins. He did these things at a particular time and place. He entered history. Ours is a...
Tim Staples
The third person of the Blessed Trinity, the Holy Spirit, is sometimes referred to as "the forgotten" member of the Godhead. He is, no doubt,...
Jim Blackburn
Some time ago a young single friend confided in me that she was looking for a godly man to marry. She wanted a husband who shared her Christian...
Tim Staples
Romans 5:1 is a favorite verse for those who hold to the doctrine commonly known as "once saved, always saved": "Therefore, since we are...