Category Archives: Dialogues with Christians

Response to Jeremy Tate on Called to Communion: Reformation Meets Rome

Jeremy, since Bryan Cross, moderating comments at Called to Communion, has deleted my most recent comments there and asked me to stop posting there, I will have to answer from here.  On January 19th, 2013 9:24 am, you wrote in … Continue reading

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“The Issue of Authority in Early Christianity” by Dr. Kenneth Howell (video)

From the post’s description: Dr. Kenneth Howell earned an M.Div. from Westminster Theological Seminary, an M.A. in Linguistics and Philosophy from the University of South Florida, a Ph.D. from Indiana University in Linguistics and the Philosophy of Science, and a … Continue reading

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Responses to Jason Stellman’s Responses

On September 23, 2012, the Called to Communion: Reformation Meets Rome blog published a guest post by Jason Stellman – I Fought the Church, and the Church Won – in which he described, in summary fashion, his experience of migrating … Continue reading

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Dialogue with Bryan Cross and Others at Called to Communion (blog)

My involvement in the conversation begins at comment # 511. I Fought the Church, and the Church Won – Called to Communion. This is how those who write the Called to Communion blog describe themselves: We are Christians who love … Continue reading

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Dialogue with Michael LIccione and Others at Called to Communion (blog)

My involvement in the conversation begins at comment # 280. Christ Founded a Visible Church – Called to Communion. This is how those who write the Called to Communion blog describe themselves: We are Christians who love Jesus the Messiah, … Continue reading

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Dialogue with Catholics (from Father Barron’s Queenship of Mary video commentary)

In the comment thread on this video blog post by Father Robert Barron of WordonFire.org I interact with various others including Father Barron, but mostly with someone who goes by the name of QuisutDeus. mpc. Though the subject matter of the … Continue reading

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“Final” Comment to Brandon E – At Least For the Time Being

This post is related to a series of objections Brandon raised to me beginning here, and a series of questions I asked him beginning here.   Brandon, I think I have a pretty clear view of your position on all … Continue reading

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Questions for Brandon E: #8 Should Protestants Be Showing More Deference to Roman Catholics?

This is the eighth in a series of questions for Brandon E which began with this first question. Brandon, since Roman Catholics outnumber Protestants, and since Roman Catholicism can boast many spiritual people and even martyrs, shouldn’t – according to your logic … Continue reading

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Brandon E’s Objections: #11 – He Thinks I Have No Way of Finding Out if I am Wrong

For an explanation of this series, of which this post is a part, see Brandon E’s Objections:  #1. Read Acts 18:24-28.  I read every comment to this blog (and respond to every challenge I receive face to face) looking to see … Continue reading

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Brandon E’s Objections: #10 – He Thinks I Have Ascribed Too Much Importance to “Doctrinal Particulars” and “Secondary Matters”

For an explanation of this series, of which this post is a part, see Brandon E’s Objections:  #1. When I used to hold a more traditional evangelical view as you do, Brandon, I, too, would relegate issues like the Second Coming … Continue reading

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