G.H. Kersten (1882-1948) writes (not an endorsement of Kersten as a true Christian): “Augustine taught that those who were regenerated … Continue reading G.H. Kersten on Augustine
[Posts in “fictional conversations” are sometimes (but not always) adapted and edited from non-fictional correspondence. They are usually lightly edited … Continue reading Which Gospel?
James R. White writes: “Many historians mark the beginning of the Reformation at October 31, 1517, for it was on … Continue reading Reformers Remaining in Falsehood
Here are some quotes from B.B. Warfield’s, Augustine & The Pelagian Controversy: “When Augustine comes to speak of the means … Continue reading Extenuation by Extraction
[Posts in “fictional conversations” are sometimes (but not always) adapted and edited from non-fictional correspondence. They are usually lightly edited … Continue reading A Common Calvinist Canard
James White writes: “It is only fair to remember that Roman Catholic theologians are always very careful to assert that … Continue reading Demolition of Strongholds
James White says: “A word should be said about the extent of the documentation from Roman Catholic sources. It is … Continue reading On Accurate Portrayals