Sort by: Date | Relevance | Both - 0.026 sec
1-20 of 26 Search Results for difference between catholic and protestant  

→ TIP: To search for an exact phrase, put quotes around it. For example, "difference between catholic and protestant".

A Catholic Layman's Take on the "Twelve Differences Between Catholics and Protestants" ST. WALBURGA'S BLOG - April 12, 2014 In researching a paper, I came across an article titled Twelve Differences Between Catholics and Protestants . The author did not say, in the article, what her affiliation was but claimed to be neutral for this article. Here are her 12 "simple differences" and some clarifications from a Catholic layman. Pope Francis 1. The Pope. Catholics have a Pope, which they consider a vicar for Christ — an infallible stand-in, if you will — that heads ...http://stwalburgas.blogspot.com/2014/04/a-catholic-laymans-take-on-twelve.html

Anti-Catholic Imagery in Christian Movies A CATHOLIC MOM IN HAWAII - April 11, 2014 For a while now, I have been watching and recommending movies by Protestant film companies, otherwise referred to as Christian films. We have watched many movies by Christian Films as well as PureFlix . However, this recommendation came to the end the other evening. I had enjoyed a movie produced by the latter film company entitled The Book of Daniel . I thought it was good timing seeing as the reading of the day was about the three young Jewish youths being placed in a ...http://hicatholicmom.blogspot.com/2014/04/anti-catholic-imagery-in-christian.html

Severing Ties With World Vision ST. JOSEPH'S VANGUARD - March 28, 2014 ... decision is a decision. Changing an important policy is a decision. It chooses A over B and so makes a statement about one's underlying beliefs and principles. Today Stearns haplessly lamented that their original decision, which he hoped would lead to unity, actually only increased the division, and now with their reversal of the decision that division is cemented: This has been a painful week in terms of the division that we created around our initial decision, and then reversing the decision ...http://www.devinrose.heroicvirtuecreations.com/blog/2014/03/28/severing-ties-with-world-vision/

World Vision and the Quest for Protestant Unity CALLED TO COMMUNION - March 26, 2014 ... Protestant denominations disagree on the morality of homosexual unions, World Vision will (allegedly) not take a stand either way. In this, World Vision attempts to follow the same policy they apply to other controverted theological issues. They do not restrict employment in disagreements over baptism, for instance. Baptists and Presbyterians can both work there. Evangelical leaders like Franklin Graham and John Piper have expressed shock and dismay at this reasoning. Piper, ...http://www.calledtocommunion.com/2014/03/world-vision-and-the-quest-for-protestant-unity/

Meet Your Bible ONE WOMAN'S THOUGHTS - LAURA LOWDER - March 24, 2014 ... until the 1880s! (A word of warning: the second source, above, is Protestant, and isn't exactly honest about what motivates or inspires the Catholic Church. But I figure an admission about their own history has to be taken seriously, so I've included it.) Each Testament is divided into Books. You see, the Bible isn't one Book, it's a small compact library: history, law, poetry, prophecy, biography, letters… Each Book has its own author (or authors), and ...http://lauralowder.wordpress.com/2014/03/24/meet-your-bible/

Did Julian of Norwich Teach Universalism and Deny the Doctrine of an Eternal Hell? BIBLICAL EVIDENCE FOR CATHOLICISM - March 24, 2014 ... their Savior in Abraham's bosom, whom Christ the Lord delivered when he descended into hell." 482 Jesus did not descend into hell to deliver the damned, nor to destroy the hell of damnation, but to free the just who had gone before him. 483 Footnotes 480 Cf. Phil 2:10; Acts 2:24; Rev 1:18; Eph 4:9; Pss 6:6; 88:11-13. 481 Cf. Ps 89:49; 1 Sam 28:19; Ezek 32:17-32; Lk 16:22-26. 482 Roman Catechism I, 6, 3. 483 Cf. Council of Rome (745): DS 587; Benedict XII, Cum dudum (1341): DS 1011; Clement VI, ...http://socrates58.blogspot.com/2014/03/did-julian-of-norwich-teach.html

COMMUNION AND OTHERNESS by METROPOLITAN JOHN ZIZIOULAS Plus St Peter Damian From the DOMINUS VOBISCUM Plus CARDINAL RATZ MONKS AND MERMAIDS (A BENEDICTINE BLOG) - March 22, 2014 ... distinguish creation ex nihilo. Mortality is linked with createdness-out-of-nothing; this is what the rejection of the Other — God — and of the other in any sense amounts to. By turning difference into division through the rejection of the other we die. Hell, the eternal death, is nothing but isolation from the other. We cannot solve this problem through ethics. We need a new birth. And this leads us to ecclesiology. ecclesial communion Because the Church is a ...http://fatherdavidbirdosb.blogspot.com/2014/03/communion-and-otherness-by-metropolitan.html

Beyond Healing, Beyond Miracles CATHOLIC SENSIBILITY - March 19, 2014 http://catholicsensibility.wordpress.com/2014/03/19/beyond-healing-beyond-miracles/

The Bible Is Catholic DA MIHI ANIMAS - March 8, 2014 The following comes from Catholic Exchange: Try explaining to our Fundamentalist brethren about almost any tenet of the Catholic faith and you're likely to hear in response, "Chapter and verse, please". In other words, of course, they want to know exactly where that teaching is found in the Bible because they adhere to what is spelled out and therefore only such teachings are retained by them. However, not every belief in Catholicism is to be ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2014/03/the-bible-is-catholic.html

ACN News - The Suffering of Christian Women in Egypt A CATHOLIC MOM IN HAWAII - March 7, 2014 ... trash, people sit and sort out the garbage. Pictures of the Madonna, crucifixes and images of Coptic saints show that Christians are living here. For generations, Coptic Christians have disposed of some of the garbage from the perhaps twenty million inhabitants of the megalopolis of Cairo. They are called Saballin, garbage people. They can make a relatively good living from the work, at least better than in the villages of Upper Egypt from which most of them come. Rania and Marina, 17 and 14 ...http://hicatholicmom.blogspot.com/2014/03/acn-news-suffering-of-christian-women.html

Will the Ordination of a Married Man in St. Louis "Open the Doors for More Wedded Priests in Some Catholic Churches"? SERVANT AND STEWARD - February 26, 2014 ... the Latin Rite and the Eastern Rite, both of which have valid Sacraments and acknowledge the authority of the Bishop of Rome, the Pope. Both rites, the Latin and the Eastern, are said to be sui iuris , that is, they are autonomous and have their own laws and disciplines while adhering to the faith of the Apostles. The Latin Rite - which is also known as the Western Rite or the Roman Rite (which is why we are called Roman Catholics) - is governed by the Code of Canon Law . In the Latin rite, a ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/OhEL/~3/M9-LTuQKlcI/will-ordination-of-married-man-in-st.html

Homosexuality Vs Contraception OBJETS D'ARTAGNAN - February 16, 2014 ... partner, the intimacy, the hand to hold - yet somehow think that marriage is merely a way for Christians to "get busy" and it not be a sin - to selfishly use God's gift of sexuality (and selfishly using their spouse). They are actually making the same-sex marriage case that marriage is about the couple, instead of the traditional view that it is the safe foundation for children. Sure, many might not be financially or medically able to have children at a certain time, and that is why the Church ...http://themusicalmonk.blogspot.com/2014/02/homosexuality-vs-contraception.html

Did Tertullian Deny the Real Presence? SHAMELESS POPERY - February 11, 2014 In the comments to this post , a Protestant calling himself "meyu" claimed that there wasn't any consensus in the early Church on the Real Presence. Since I've actually written on this subject before, I challenged him on this. After all, I've shown Church Fathers explicitly affirming the Real Presence in the first and second century , the third century , and the fourth century . Even the Jews and Romans were aware that the Christians believed that the Eucharist was ...http://catholicdefense.blogspot.com/2014/02/did-tertullian-deny-real-presence.html

UN Is NUTS THE BLACK BIRETTA - February 7, 2014 ... exposes the utter obliviousness of the UN to the distinction between the Catholic religion and the sovereign independent nation of Vatican City. Likewise, it exposes the real agenda at the UN to deify political correctness and to usurp authority to make itself the supreme arbiter of human activity. First of all, Vatican City is country. Catholicism is a religion. Yes, the sovereign ruler of the smallest nation in the world is also, simultaneously, the supreme ...http://blackbiretta.blogspot.com/2014/02/un-is-nuts.html

Will Good Works Save Atheists, According to Pope Francis? BREAD FROM HEAVEN - February 6, 2014 Reblogged from CATHOLIC VOTE Pope Francis raised a lot of eyebrows Wednesday after saying all people who do good works, including atheists, are going to heaven. At least, that's how the Huffington Post interpreted Pope Francis' Wednesday morning homily. Here's what Pope Francis really said about atheists: Stephen Driscoll / CNA The Lord has redeemed all of us, all of us, with the Blood of Christ: all of us, not just Catholics. Everyone! 'Father, the atheists?' Even ...http://bfhu.wordpress.com/2014/02/06/will-good-works-save-atheists-according-to-pope-francis/

Mid-Day Dialogue: Confession CREO EN DIOS! - February 4, 2014 ... how we think about things to encourage each of us to further reflection on the subject. You can access a recording of Mark and my presentations here or stream it from the icon below. The podcast runs for 40:25. (As I usually do, I recorded only our comments, not the dialogue with participants that followed.) Download: ...http://susanjoan.wordpress.com/2014/02/04/mid-day-dialogue-confession/

Missionaries Create Democracy? DARWINCATHOLIC - January 29, 2014 There's a long and interesting article at Christianity Today about the research conducted by sociologist Robert Woodberry into the correlation between the development of stable liberal democracies in developing nations and the work of missionaries there . Woodberry was digging into one of the great enigmas of modern history: why some nations develop stable representative democracies—in which citizens enjoy the rights to vote, speak, and assemble ...http://darwincatholic.blogspot.com/2014/01/missionaries-create-democracy.html

Drink Your Wine With a Merry Heart: What the Bible Says About Alcoholic Beverages PHAT CATHOLIC APOLOGETICS - January 27, 2014 I haven't engaged in a debate in a while, so this has been fun. I am currently discussing with a Protestant friend of mine what the Bible says about drinking wine. He is of the opinion that it is forbidden. I believe, as the Catholic Church teaches, that drinking wine with temperance is permissible. Now, other people chimed in on this (it happened on Facebook, after all), but I'm only interested in presenting my exchange with him. That said, I will be ...http://phatcatholic.blogspot.com/2014/01/drink-your-wine-with-merry-heart-what.html

The Blessed Virgin, Part V: The Angelic Salutation, Summary and Objections LUX MUNDI - January 26, 2014 ... as a personal title. Thus the Blessed Virgin's title of kecharotimene is unique and remarkable. Thirdly, that the angel conveys God's own message. Thus, kecharotimene is God's own title for Mary. Fourthly, that these considerations, coupled with the literal meaning of the Greek word kecharotimene inform us that the Blessed Virgin was fully graced; filled with grace completely, as water fills a bucket; that this action of filling the Virgin with grace was due to God's gratuitous action; that ...http://luxmundi3.blogspot.com/2014/01/the-blessed-virgin-part-v-angelic.html

Are Macs Catholic? ABOUT.COM CATHOLICISM - January 24, 2014 ... revelation is dealt with via simple formulae and sumptuous icons. Everyone has a right to salvation. What a difference from the world of MS-DOS: DOS is Protestant, or even Calvinistic. It allows free interpretation of scripture, demands difficult personal decisions, imposes a subtle hermeneutics upon the user, and takes for granted the idea that not all can achieve salvation. To make the system work you need to interpret the program yourself: Far away from the ...http://catholicism.about.com/b/2014/01/24/are-macs-catholic.htm

 1  2  NEXT