If It Looks Like Rome . . . It Might Not Be All That Bad

I was directed to a post over at Daughter of the Reformation that can be found here entitled, “If It Looks Like Rome…,” (of course, implying all things Catholic are icky and antithetical to the true gospel message) outlining what the author believes to be a (disturbing) trend within Presbyterian and Reformed (P&R) churches. Namely, … Continue reading If It Looks Like Rome . . . It Might Not Be All That Bad

Thoughts On Why Catholicism is Attractive to So Many

As an evangelical watching the Mass of Inauguration for the man now known to the world as “Pope Francis,” the 266th man allegedly to hold that office since the time of the apostle Peter, I considered some of the reasons why Catholicism is so attractive to more than one billion people worldwide. Here are just … Continue reading Thoughts On Why Catholicism is Attractive to So Many