Debate/Discussion

Reviewing 'Early Christian Doctrines' – Inspiration and Interpretation of the Scriptures

Now, is that a shocker or what? A fundamentalist displaying an icon as an opening volley. On the left is

Debate/Discussion

Reviewing Early Christian Doctrines

Sometime ago, Fr. Robert asked me to pick up J.N.D. Kelly’s book, Early Christian Doctrines. Unfortunately, I have not had

Wisdom

Commentary on Wisdom, 1.1-6

Protestants have created this myth that the books commonly called the Apocrypha or Deuterocanon was suddenly accepted by Rome at

Devotional

The Love of the Apostle Paul

And they compel one Simon a Cyrenian, who passed by, coming out of the country, the father of Alexander and

Melito of Sardis

Melito of Sardis, the Church Father I am most like!

You’re St. Melito of Sardis! You have a great love of history and liturgy. You’re attached to the traditions of

Doctrine

Interesting post and Quote of the Day

Here. Mike says “Real Christianity is a life that is lived according to the doctrine of which our faith consists”

Church History

Pliny the Younger, persecution, and the Church

Too often today ‘Christians’ assume that offensive words are the harshest of criticisms, but throughout the life of the primitive

Church History

The Epistle to Diognetus

This is one of the earliest forms of Christian apologetics, save for the Gospels and Acts, and is relatively newly