Tag: evangelical

The Not-So-Good News?

Adian Warnock has been taking some heat for his wife’s "simple gospel". I think he thinks I’m one of the people giving him flack. Honestly, I’m not. I read his post too quickly and then foolishly blogged based on a misconception. In my rush to catch up on the blogosphere, I didn’t notice he was …

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Blog Awards

Voting for the Catholic Blog Awards is open until Friday, February 11 at Noon EST. Go vote! The voting for the Evangelical Blog Awards is over. Go check out the winners! (BTW, anyone else think the voting period was awfully short?)

Mother Mary

"When I find myself in times of trouble, mother Mary comes to me, speaking words of wisdom, let it be. And in my hour of darkness she is standing right in front of me, speaking words of wisdom, let it be. " – The Beatles, Let it Be Some recent exchanges with Protestant have revolved …

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Did Mary Have to be Sinless to Carry the Messiah?

Thanks to some free advertising from RasorsKiss, Ed "What the" Heckman, of The Greatest Pursuits, found my response to Rand’s screed and tossed in his two cents. It’s an intelligent, thought-provoking response. Here’s a sample: Is it unreasonable to think that if God/Jesus was in intimate contact with ‘sinners’ before the formal end of that …

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Purgatory Pickle

There is a very common misunderstanding among Evangelicals regarding purgatory. This Earnestly Contending (which, for reasons unknown has no commenting capability) post, a quote from Charles Spurgeon, represents well. “But shall I tell you who the gentlemen are who generally raise objections to the glorious privilege of assurance? There are, first of all, the adherents …

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