Category Archives: Evangelicals who convert to Roman Catholicism

“Christ’s incarnation sanctified matter”?

Can physical matter (water, bread, relics, icons, statues, rituals, pilgrimages) cause regeneration or increase in sanctifying grace to come into our souls? My comments here are responses to Jay Dyer’s Response to Vocab Malone’s criticism of Eastern Orthodoxy and Chrismation. … Continue reading

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An Eastern Orthodox Perspective on Roman Catholicism and on Protestant Faith

And also, in this post, I will address Archpriest Josiah Trenham – his EO perspective on Evangelical Protestant Faith The first video (above) by Dr. Ryan Reeves gives a good overview of the issues of the “The Great Schism of … Continue reading

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Evangelical Protestants can be deep in church history

Gavin Ortlund has many great videos. Check out his You Tube channel. “Truth Unites” . See the playlist on church history/ Roman Catholicism & Eastern Orthodoxy. The first video below, is a great overview of a thoughtful, nuanced, proper Protestant … Continue reading

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Church History, Newman’s false dictum, and baptismal regeneration in the early church

This post includes 2 excellent videos about Church History, Historical Theology, Cardinal John Henry Newman’s famous quote, “To be deep in history is to cease to be Protestant” (which is false, and Gavin Ortlund is providing a ton of good … Continue reading

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Dave Armstrong’s goofy claim about Mary being described as the new ark of the covenant, “in Scripture”

Roman Catholic Dave Armstrong, former Evangelical, wrote: “(and, of course, Mary is described as the new ark of the covenant in Scripture)” Dave, please demonstrate where Scripture says “Mary is the new ark of the covenant”! Dave Armstrong’s method (and Roman Catholic … Continue reading

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On the Canon of Scripture, Papal Infallibility, & Development of Doctrine -old debate with Dave Armstrong

This is an old on-line debate (2010) I had with Roman Catholic Dave Armstrong. I had forgotten about this article by David Waltz that Dave A. was also referring to.  It is very interesting to me to go back and … Continue reading

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Rod Bennett’s lecture, “The Four Witnesses brought me home”

Addendum: (June 15, 2015) (putting this up front; on June 13 it is at the bottom of article)  I think that Ephesians 3:20-21 prevents us from saying the church totally apostatized completely (until the new Lutheran, Reformed, and other Protestant … Continue reading

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