Common Arguments Atheists Make

"Atheism isn't a claim, since we are not believing in something, and I do not need a reason for not believing in God." This isn't the definition of atheism; atheism comes from the Latin word 'atheos', which is the pejorative 'no God.' This is an affirmation, and so needs a defence. Not only that, but … Continue reading Common Arguments Atheists Make

Jesus: The Gardener

"Let us create human beings in our own image, after our likeness. Let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, the birds of the air, the tame animals, the wild animals, and all the creatures that crawl on the earth." To be made in the image of God is one of the greatest … Continue reading Jesus: The Gardener

Atheists At It Again

Clubshadenfreude is at it again ladies and gents! Here's the newest blog, which is a response to a fellow Catholic blogger, Christine Chasehttps://authorchristinachase.com/2021/04/15/of-false-gods/https://clubschadenfreude.com/2021/05/12/not-so-polite-dinner-conversation-a-discussion-with-a-catholic/ Club:"I’ve recently been crossing swords with a Roman Catholic, Christina Chase. She has a blog and I commented on a poem she wrote. Then we ended up chatting in the comments. This … Continue reading Atheists At It Again

Christianity and Homosexuality

I'm choosing to write about homosexuality, and this isn't from a place of bigotry or hatred. It's actually to clarify what the Church has believed, and what the Bible teaches. I also want to touch on why we believe what we do on this subject. My main reason to do this is because certain Protestant … Continue reading Christianity and Homosexuality

Another Response

This a response to a blog that criticizes common Christian expressions. Original BloggerMe I’ll Pray for You“Oh that’s nice. So, what are you praying for? I do need to know so I can give you reports on how well you are doing. ” If they own up to what they are praying for: “Hmmm, okay, … Continue reading Another Response

Catholic Doctrine: The Four Marks of the Church of Christ

THE FOUR MARKS OF THE CHURCH The Church has always considered there to be four marks of identification; these marks point to the authenticity of the Church in question, and so must be visible that the Church in question can be identified as 'true'. The Four Marks: One: The Church in question must be truly … Continue reading Catholic Doctrine: The Four Marks of the Church of Christ

A Response to ‘A Case for Christmas critique.’

https://clubschadenfreude.com/2020/12/23/not-so-polite-dinner-conversation-a-case-for-christmas-critique-part-4/ A Response to a Response: Yes, we're doing thathttps://clubschadenfreude.com has responded to a book by Lee Strobel, 'A Case For Christmas.' I haven't read it, it's not the sort of Christian book I enjoy because it's a very specific topic. As usual, the author's words will be in italic, mine in standard text. But … Continue reading A Response to ‘A Case for Christmas critique.’

My Rejection of Protestantism

I was a Protestant for over a decade, and I prided myself in my knowledge of Protestant Systematic Theology, scriptural knowledge, and history. I was versed in the teachings of Luther and Calvin, and loved the principles of Calvinism. So why, after over ten years, did I decide to come home to the Catholic Church? … Continue reading My Rejection of Protestantism

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