Daily Archives: May 23, 2018

Interview Questions For An Apologist

I hope you don’t mind me asking something that might seem to be a very basic question, but what is your name?  Is it Mathetes, as you are known as the author of your epistle to Diognetus, or do you … Continue reading

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The Apostolic Fathers And The Rule Of Faith

In debates between Catholics and Protestants, one will often hear, especially on the Catholic side, a great deal of discussion about the supposed rule of faith that should bind the interpretation of scripture as well as Christian practice.  When we … Continue reading

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The Apostolic Fathers As A Parting Of The Ways

In placing the Apostolic Fathers within the larger context of Christianity, it becomes increasingly clear the more one reads about Church History that the more the Apostolic Fathers are themselves present at a very early and very fateful parting of … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Bible And The Rule Of Faith

The Bible And The Rule Of Faith, by Abbè Louis Nazaire Bègin I found this book online while I was doing some research on the Apostolic Fathers and in general it reads like more contemporary attempts by Catholic writers to … Continue reading

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Book Review: Patristic Study

Patristic Study (1909), by Henry Barclay Swete In my continuing study of the writings of the early Church Fathers [1], I have been able to find quite a few books on archive.org like this one which have gone out of … Continue reading

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