Church Government

What I have learnt from Roman Catholics – so shoot me!

Joel has been having an interesting conversation here and here about Rome Sweet Rome. Also it bears mentioning that Jeremy


De Lubac on the dangers of learning our catechism against someone

Considering some of the discussions I’ve had on my own blog and that Joel has been having here recently (see


Theology v. Faith

For many who weren’t baptized as infant or child, the moment they came to accept Christ was a very emotionally


Mary as the Supreme Example of Discipleship

There has been some discussion about Mary on this blog lately, so I wanted to chime in on how I


Thoughts so far on Rome Sweet Home (1)

My wife and I have been reading the book by Scott and Kimberly Hahn regarding their conversion to Catholicism. We


The Only True Duty of a Deuteronomist King

Imagine if every chief executive or monarch kept to this rule today? “When he sits on the throne as king,


Predictable Responses to Jesus of Nazareth: Holy Week

Pope Benedict’s new book Jesus of Nazareth: Holy Week has been out since last Thursday, and the responses have been