“It is not true, as is sometimes said, that man can organize the world without God. What is true is that, without God, he can ultimately only organize it against man. Exclusive humanism is inhuman humanism.” ∼ Henri de Lubac, The Drama of Atheist Humanism “If God does not exist … everything is permitted.” ∼ Fyodor Dostoyevsky, […]
It’s not about a different God, it’s about a different Jesus. Source: The Real Theological Issue Between Christians and… | Christianity Today
When I was a kid, you could say I had an ecumenical instinct in some respects. It was common at the time (I’m thinking 6th-12th grade) to ask, “Are you a Christian or a Catholic?” meaning something… Source: Three Stages of “Being A Protestant” (On Not Feeling Guilty About the Reformation) | Reformedish
And the Word became flesh and tabernacled among us, and we beheld His glory…(John 1:14) Commentaries on John, discussing the Word or Logos in John 1, routine Source: And the Holy of Holies Became Flesh | Theopolis Institute | Bible. Liturgy. Culture.
How are we to respond to the modern Protestant critique of Reformation Day and Protestantism? Source: Reformation Day and Its Critics – The Calvinist InternationalThe Calvinist International