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For My Orthodox Friends: A Veniaminov Story

Most of my readers already know that I got pneumonia last week, and that it will take a while for me to fully recover. I am grateful for the prayers of my friends and acquaintances, those who know me from … Continue reading

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Sola Scriptura, Tradition, and Bible Interpretation

The idea for this post, the framework for yesterday’s post, and a couple quotes today come from Contra Sola Scriptura by an Orthodox believer. Tradition and the Ancient Churches Most of us, when we hear a Roman Catholic use the … Continue reading

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I Am of Paul

Today’s post is a sister post to yesterday’s. 1 Corinthians 1:10: Now I beseech you, brothers, by the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, that you all speak the same thing and that there be no divisions among you, but … Continue reading

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Roman Catholicism, the Orthodox Churches, and Salvation

This is another email I sent in response to questions that were asked. In addition to the email I was responding to, I have had several recent emails from supporters of the Roman Catholic and Orthodox Churches. Most are unable … Continue reading

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The Gates of Hades Shall Not Prevail Against the Church

I’m traveling … not much time to be posting blogs, but this email discussion I’m having addresses an important issue. So here’s the email … ************ I don’t have the confidence that you have to say, “How can the pope … Continue reading

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Roman Catholics, Orthodox, and the Local Church

I got an email from a Roman Catholic and an Orthodox believer both in the same day. The biggest thing they had in common was massive miscommunication. What I mean by that is that they both presented arguments to me … Continue reading

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