A Conversation with an Atheist

A: Religion: Society’s accepted mental illness.Me: In what sense?A: The belief that a god impregnates a virgin to give birth to himself, then sacrifices himself to himself to save you from himself. That’s obsessive compulsive neurosis.Me: It would be odd, if we phrased it like that. But we understand the person who is being sacrificed … Continue reading A Conversation with an Atheist

A Conversation with a Modalist

Modalist: 1 Timothy 2:5 For, There is one God and one Mediator who can reconcile God and humanity—the man Christ Jesus. Me: We agree. There is one unique mediator that can reconcile man with God- Jesus. We don't believe Mary can reconcile God with humanity. Let's read what else Paul says: "First of all, then, … Continue reading A Conversation with a Modalist

Challenging Modalists/Oneness Pentecostals

Modalism is the doctrine of Sabelius, who taught that the Father became the Son, who in turn became the Holy Spirit. Modalists teach that these 'forms' are not three, distinct, co-present persons, but rather one person operating in different 'modes' through the plan of salvation; hence 'modalism.' Let's just ask some simple questions:Jesus is the … Continue reading Challenging Modalists/Oneness Pentecostals

Catholic Doctrine: The Eucharist

What is the Eucharist?The key doctrine of the Church is the Eucharist, or Holy Communion. Jesus gave us the Eucharist, telling us that the bread 'is' His Body, the wine 'is' His blood. We take these gifts into ourselves, thus becoming more like Jesus through God's grace. While other sacraments, such as baptism and confession … Continue reading Catholic Doctrine: The Eucharist