William Albrecht Responds to Dr. James White on the Virgin Mary’s Immaculate Conception

William Albrecht Responds to Dr. James White on Mary. Did the church fathers teach the immaculate conception? Did John Chrysostom teach the immaculate conception? Do Catholics distort the Scriptures to make them fit their dogma? Does the original Greek of the New Testament contradict the immaculate conception? These questions, and more, are answered in this […]

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Dr. Stephen Boyce Canon and Textual Criticism Discussion

#newtestament #bible #theology #apologetics #textualcriticism Michael Lofton has a discussion with Dr. Stephen Boyce on the New and Old Testament Canon and New Testament Textual Criticism. They discuss the reliability of the New Testament, the deuterocanonicals, comma johanneum, pericope adulterae and the longer ending of Mark. ___________________________________________________________________ Disclaimer: Any view expressed by a host, contributor […]

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Discussion on the Filioque in the East and West

Michael Lofton, Erick Ybara (Catholic) and Fr. John Ramsey (Orthodox) have a discussion on the Filioque in the East and West. Topics include: What is the filioque? What is the eternal manifestation of the Holy Spirit? What did St. Augustine teach about the filioque? What did St. Gregory Palamas teach about the filioque? Is the […]

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Missa Sicca: A Mass for the Laity at Home

Since many people may not be able to attend Mass, I decided to repost a Missa Sicca that I put together in 2015 for Church Militant. It should be used by the head of the household as a private devotional or a substitute when unable to attend Mass. In case you are not familiar with the […]

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The Charismatic Movement: Is It Historically Christian?

Introduction As we explore the charismatic movement and consider if it is historically Christian, it should be noted I have a background in the movement. For approximately six years, I was a member of a non-denominational charismatic church. I have also been to many kinds of charismatic churches, from African American to Caucasian to a […]

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