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Sean Gerety opines on Jason Stellman’s Crocodile Tears.
TurretinFan has written a Response to Jason Stellman, the prosecutor in the recent Peter Leithart trial, who has recently resigned as a PCA Teaching Elder and is joining the Roman Catholic Church.
It imperative that Christians understand and distinguish the doctrines of justification and sanctification.
via Sola Scriptura
There is much confusion concerning the true history of the man known as Saint Patrick. Both Protestants and Roman Catholics claim him as one of their own. Even those who practice no religion save alcoholism consider him to be their patron saint, honoring him by wearing green and drinking themselves into a stupor every March 17. But the real story of Patrick isn’t all about snakes & shamrocks. Richard Bennett of Berean Beacon, relying on several historical documents and trustworthy historians, has written an article to remind us of the legacy of the real historical Patrick, an inspiring true story of kidnapping, pirates, and the gospel of grace.
The Legacy of the True Historical Patrick can be downloaded (.pdf) and/or read here.
The Confession of St. Patrick can be found here.
A Letter to the Soldiers of Coroticus, written by Patrick, can be found here.
The latest Trinity Review contains a very interesting piece by Richard Bennett. Bennett is a former Roman Catholic priest, and in this article, The Roman Catholic Agenda Embedded in the Manhattan Declaration, he offers great insight into the behind-the-scenes workings of Rome’s social doctrine.
However important social issues may be, the purity of the gospel deserves greater priority than the preservation of the sanctity of marriage, the upholding of religious freedom, and even the prevention of infanticide.