Tag Archives: Roman Catholicism

Proper Passion: A Lesson from Trent

Unbridled passion may spin out of control and inadvertently frustrate the purpose for which it was intended

'Sola Scriptura' Radicalized and Abandoned

Scripture alone doesn't mean me alone.

From Peter to Francis: A Biblically Misguided Route

I don't question Francis as the leader of the Roman Catholic Church. What I do question is his papal status as Peter's successor.

9 Things You Should Know About Holy Week

What you should know about the week leading to Easter.

Reaching Catholics in Your Community

It is not enough to understand Catholic doctrine; we must also pause to consider assumptions, priorities, attitudes, fears, and common commitments.

Calvin on Lent and Ministry to Roman Catholics

The influence of Christian virtue on verbal etiquette has delivered us from the violent vituperations of yesteryear.

9 Things You Should Know About Pope Benedict XVI

Pope Benedict announced he was resigning at the end of the month. Here's what you should know about the Catholic leader.

Small Groups That Attract Catholics

Such a hierarchical model of church life undercuts lay-led ministry.

Lifting Jesus High

How do we affirm and celebrate the fruit of the gospel while simultaneously helping our Catholic friends to capture the Christ-centered biblical vision?

Freedom-Fighting Catholics

While the antichristian bias of government and media is a formidable challenge to U.S. Catholic Bishops, the more immediate predicament may actually be the lukewarm theology of men and women who identify themselves as Catholic.