I’ve been asked to highlight one of my books. The book I chose is Revelation! 1001 Bible Answers to Theological Questions. The structure of Revelation! is perhaps an “original” idea. ...Read More »
Christ “Became the Sinner”: Pope Francis and Bad Translators
The process of Pope Francis being misunderstood is so common it could easily keep me busy day and night as an apologist. I wrote a book about it and compiled ...Read More »
Signs in Jerusalem: How God Can Speak to You Through ‘Coincidence’
by Dave Armstrong | I emerged from Hezekiah's Tunnel in my swimsuit and rubber sandals (the water is almost three feet deep in some places), and met the rest of our party sitting by the side of the Pool.Read More »
What Does It Feel Like to Visit Golgotha?
by Dave Armstrong | Golgotha. It's the epicenter of Christianity: our “holy of holies”; indeed, the spiritual center of the entire universe...Read More »
Mary the “Spouse of the Holy Spirit”: Blasphemy or Biblical?
by Dave Armstrong | Having a child conceived by the Holy Spirit has no direct analogy, because it was a one-time extraordinary event, in order to bring about the incarnation.Read More »
Mary the Mother of God: Idolatry or Clear Biblical Teaching?
by Dave Armstrong | "I felt I was saying that a creature had created/given life to God Himself, Who had not previously existed."Read More »
Debunking the Myth of the Invisible Church
by Dave Armstrong | Our Protestant friends often tell us that “the Church is the invisible sum total of all true believers.” The Bible teaches us that the Church is a visible, identifiable institution.Read More »
Would Plato Be Protestant or Catholic? A Dialogue with His Ghost.
by Dave Armstrong | Calvin: Good! I think they might convert you to Reformed Protestantism. Plato: Falsehoods (even partial ones accompanied by much truth) are not allowed in heaven, so that is not possible.Read More »
Does the Catholic Church Claim to be “Above” the Bible and Its “Creator”?
by Dave Armstrong | The Catholic Church assuredly does not claim any such thing; only that an authoritative Christian tradition and institutional Church was necessary to establish and proclaim the canon of Scripture.Read More »
Why Didn’t C. S. Lewis Become a Catholic?
by Dave Armstrong | I think it is admirable of Lewis to honestly admit his biases, and to acknowledge that they had an irrational but profound effect...Read More »
Why ‘Scripture Alone’ Doesn’t Work – In 2 Minutes
by Dave Armstrong | "How do you know your 'scripture alone' tradition and belief is true, while others are false?" "Because we are the most biblical." "How do you know yours is the most biblical?"Read More »
So, ‘Transubstantiation’ Means Jesus is *Really* Present in the Eucharist?
by Dave Armstrong | "How can you Catholics believe that the communion wafer actually turns into the Body and Blood of Christ? The 'Transubstantiation' thing?"Read More »
Why Do Catholics Baptize Babies? They Don’t Know What’s Going On!
by Dave Armstrong | Hey Cathy, why do Catholics baptize babies? It's pointless, since they don't know what's going on and can't repent, according to Acts 2:38 and Mark 6:16.Read More »
So, Are Catholics Saved by Works? 10 Responses to Protestant Questions
by Dave Armstrong | It baffles me, Joe, how you Catholics can believe you're saved by works, when the Bible says "whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life"Read More »
Is the Rosary “Vain Repetition”?
by Dave Armstrong | "Why is Mary so heavily infused into the Rosary?" One must understand the nature of the Rosary and the purpose of the repetition...Read More »
Praying to Angels and Angelic Intercession
We know that angels pray to God for us; such as the “angel of the Lord” praying to God for the inhabitants of Jerusalem and other cities of Judah (Zech 1:12).Read More »
Christ Teaches that Saints can Intercede for Us… Right?
by Dave Armstrong | "The Bible never shows anyone praying to anyone other than God! We can never communicate with the dead!" ...right?Read More »
What if Hobby Lobby Had Lost?
by Kevin Clark | Suppose that the Supreme Court had decided against Hobby Lobby. What would they have done?Read More »
Are Catholics Wrong to Call Priests ‘Father’?
by Dave Armstrong | "Call no man your father on earth..." That seems straightforward enough, doesn't it? How do Catholics get around this?Read More »