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Peter Michael Refakis
My mind fills with beautiful images of the liturgy when I think about the Episcopal church of my youth—yet somehow I have no recollection of...
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...
Mark P. Shea
Popular "historical" scholarship claims that the Gospels were written long after the events they describe and not by the individuals to whom...
Abbie Brown Collins
"Dear, there is no such thing as a personal God." As a child, I remember hearing these words from my mom. My parents and my entire extended...
Jim Blackburn
In Part I (October 2007, page 32), we saw that Catholics believe hell is the freely chosen state of eternal separation from God after death. We...
Jim Blackburn
Hell is not a pleasant topic. Today many preachers (Catholic and non-Catholic) seem to be silent about it. Some Catholics and other Christians—...
I just received your latest edition of This Rock and I was especially interested in the article by Tim Staples on "How Do We Explain the...
Jim Blackburn
Many years ago, before I became an apologist, I was introduced to a Calvary Chapel pastor who knew that I was a Catholic. As we shook hands and...
Karl Keating
It is now twenty years since I debated Peter Ruckman, a Fundamentalist minister from Pensacola known not just for his anti-Catholicism but for...
Karl Keating
Apparently so, since he had a mother-in-law. Customarily the two go together. Sometimes they even remain together, both staying in a fellow’s...