Postmodernism and Roman Catholic Apologetics

I came across this interesting quote by D. A. Carson which reminded me of the rhetoric of Roman Catholic apologists who claim that the only way to have true knowledge of scripture is to have an absolute and infallible knowledge of scripture.  Since most protestants do not claim to have absolute and infallible certainty of… Continue reading Postmodernism and Roman Catholic Apologetics

Protestants, Roman Catholics, and The Rule of Faith

I have been reading through John L. Allen's book, All the Pope's Men: The Inside Story of How the Vatican Really Thinks (Doubleday, 2004) and was struck by his description of a theological debate between Cardinals Joseph Ratzinger and Walter Kasper over the nature of the church.  This exchange was recounted as a part of… Continue reading Protestants, Roman Catholics, and The Rule of Faith

Online Reformed Responses to Roman Catholic Apologetic Claims

A river pours out of the Vatican that empties into the sea of Reformed Protestantism.  There is also, however, a trickle of converts from Reformed Protestantism to Roman Catholicism.  Though the numbers do not appear to be very significant, the noise generated in blogdom is pretty high.  What is more, as Reformed Churches tend to… Continue reading Online Reformed Responses to Roman Catholic Apologetic Claims