No Tradition Here

I was doing a little web reading about divorce, and ran across some statements by William Luck, a former professor of Bible and Theology at Moody Bible Institute.  Mr. Luck (not a Ph.D. as far as I know, so no disrespect intended) was a professor of church history and Christian thought, but I found it…

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Church, Tradition and Scripture pt 3

Read part 1 or part 2. I’ve been letting my mind wander off onto lots of other subjects, and I have a lot left to review in this series of posts.  Before I went too much further I did want to mention some things.  I’ve had the opportunity to discuss the subject of the state of the Ukrainian…

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Upon This Rock

I became aware of a documentary about Protestant converts called Upon This Rock through some podcast I listened to a while back. Searching around for it yielded very little information (though it is being sold on Light and Life). Eventually I was able to track down and connect with the producer of this video and…

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Church, Tradition and Scripture pt 2.

Read part 1. This is the first part of my response to the issues raised in Church, Tradition, and Scripture.  In my previous post I pointed out that this tract isn’t really a strong apologetic against Orthodoxy, but it nicely highlights many common Protestant misconceptions so it makes a good springboard to talk about the…

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Church, Tradition, and Scripture: Saving the poor Ukrainians

A few days ago, quite by accident, I stumbled across a book on Amazon that I had to purchase.  The book is, “Church, Tradition, and Scripture: Where does the Authority Hide?” by Caleb Suko.  Mr. Suko and family are Protestant missionaries to Ukraine, where they work diligently to save those poor Orthodox souls.  I was…

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