3 Reasons Evangelicals Shouldnt Become Roman Catholic

The much-publicized “reversion” of formerChristianity Today editor Mark Galli (he’d been baptized in the Roman Catholic Church as a child) quite naturally leads thoughtful sons and daughters of the Reformation to evaluate the biblical and theological support beams of their faith. After all, if someone who’d ascended to the summit of an evangelical magazine founded... Read more

Seeing and Believing 262 | Bill and Ted Face the Music and Roman Polanski’s Chinatown

Brush up on your air-guitar skills and get your SoCal dude-accents ready, because Seeing & Believing embarks on another excellent adventure this week. Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter may be getting a little long in the tooth, but that doesn’t mean they can’t bring their iconic slackers back for another victory lap around time and... Read more

Can the Roman Catholic Church Survive Two Popes?

[ad_1] Few couldve imagined the chaos that ensued after Pope Benedict XVI resigned in 2013: his resignation left the Roman Catholic Church with one reigning pope (Francis) and a former residing pope (Benedict) who nonetheless speaks, acts, and intervenes in ecclesiastical issues. There have been early hints that two residing popes would trigger confusion, if... Read more

Podcast: What Do Protestant Evangelicals and Roman Catholics Disagree About? (Michael Reeves)

[ad_1] This text is a part of the The Crossway Podcast collection. The Ripple Results of the Reformation On this episode, Michael Reeves discusses what the Protestant Reformation was actually all about, and whether or not or not it is nonetheless related at this time. He displays on the connection between Protestants and Roman Catholics,... Read more