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

Debate/Discussion

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

Biblioblogging

Forging an Unholy Alliance

Well, you are hearing it here first.  Joel has officially lured me in with the temptation of his uncanny knack

Vincent of Lerins

Vincent of Lerins – Why the Church decides the Interpretation of Scripture

I was first made familiar of Vincent of Lerins through the use of the Orthodox Study Bible, finding him to

Doctrine

The Development of Doctrine in the Catholic Church

Andrew has a post showcasing the various views from within Rome concerning the development of theology – which very much

Old Testament

Jose Saramago – Bible a “handbook of bad morals”

Speaking at the launch of his new book “Cain”, Jose Saramago, who won the 1998 Nobel Prize for Literature, said

Society and Religion

St Thérèse: the politics behind the relics

In his blog post on the visit of the relics of Saint Thérèse of Lisieux to the UK this month,

Society and Religion

Venezuela folk religion seen in secretive rituals

Thousands of Venezuelans congregated for candlelit rituals on a remote mountainside where adherents make an annual pilgrimage to pay homage