- How John Calvin Made me a Catholic | Called to Communion
963 comments Leave a comment » Kevin Branson June 1st, 2010 6:26 am : Thank you, Dr Anders, for this excellent article Having converted to the Catholic faith from Calvinism only fairly recently, I am still learning what I left behind, more and more, as my “new” vantage point allows me to more clearly see what Calvinism really entails, then and now
- The Shaping of Biblical Criticism: A Catholic Perspective . . .
The historical-critical method as applied to biblical studies has long been a source of controversy Does it aid or support Christian convictions, or do its principles and methodology intrinsically tend to work like an acid, slowly eroding the intellectual foundations of Christian theism as a viable worldview?
- Born again - Wikipedia
Born again, or to experience the new birth, is a phrase, particularly in evangelicalism, that refers to "spiritual rebirth", or a regeneration of the human spirit from the Holy Spirit, contrasted with physical birth In contemporary Christian usage, the term is distinct from sometimes similar terms used in mainstream Christianity to refer to being or becoming Christian, which is linked to
- Two-Minute Apologetics | Bible Christian Society
As Catholics, do we have to accept everything the Church teaches? If you want to call yourself Catholic, but you want to pick and choose for yourself which of the Church's teachings to accept and which to reject, you give everyone else who calls themselves Catholic the right to do the same thing
- CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Apostles - NEW ADVENT
Apostolos (Apostle) means one who is sent forth, who is entrusted with a mission
- Transubstantiation - Wikipedia
The belief that the bread and wine that form the matter of the Eucharist become the body and blood of Christ appears to have been widespread from an early date, with early Christian writers referring to them as his body and the blood
- Does Jesus Become the Eucharist (Bread)? Why cant . . .
Chapter 66 Of the Eucharist And this food is called among us Eucharistia [the Eucharist], of which no one is allowed to partake but the man who believes that the things which we teach are true, and who has been washed with the washing that is for the remission of sins, and unto regeneration, and who is so living as Christ has enjoined
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