Uncertainty is Cultural Orthodoxy-Apologists Stand Between the Pew and the Propaganda

A man cannot conceive himself capable of a greater certainty than to know that any idea in his mind is such as he perceives it to be[1]…He that demands a greater certainty than this, demands he knows not what, and shows only that he has a mind to be a …

Faith Belongs to the Church

When I have listened to sociologists and philosophers discuss the abiding effect of post-modernism on the common person in today’s culture, I am often perplexed that there is such a disregard of its power. It seems to me that in their haste to classify common folk as nonacademic, they have …

Protestant Pope

With the recent visit of the Pope to America, conversations abound about the Roman Church. From inclusivism to the “Pope-mobile”, the topic of the month is the pontiff visit. Many of these conversations have involved papal authority and as a Protestant that’s pretty understandable. We have a doctrinal aversion to …