How to be Holy in an Unholy World

Episode 359: The archdiocese of Chicago is being sued by a homosexual man who was fired from his position as music director when he made known his engagement (and subsequent marriage) to his male partner. These are but the birthpangs of the consequences of the legalization of homosexual marriage in America as the dissenting justices warned. How shall we live when surrounded by such immorality? Tune in as we allow the Bible to explain how to be holy in an unholy world.

Chicago archdiocese sued over homosexual marriage

Today in Church History: Christians in the Arena in Carthage (202)

Question of the Day: Was Jesus Sinless?

Special Edition: Lent & Ash Wednesday

Episode 357: A billion Catholics and now more & more Protestants are observing the Lenten season which is kicked off by Ash Wednesday. For an in-depth historical account of the development of Ash Wednesday & Lent see here. But why is is this holy day so popular and seemingly gaining in popularity? Tune I ponder this question and more.

Why are so many Christians are Biblically illiterate?

Today in Church History: Fanny Crosby dies (1915)

Question of the Day: Should we copy other churches?

What We Learned from the Pope’s Visit to the U.S.

Episode 344: So last week the Pope visited the United States. He made many appearances and gave several speeches. Then he hoped on Holiness One and flew back to the Vatican. So what did we learn from the Pope’s visit to the U.S.? Tune in as I point out several things which may be lessons we can learn from the Pope’s visit.

Pope Francis Undermined Visit, a Coward

Today in Church History: Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN) begins broadcasting (1961).

Question of the Day: What do Catholics really believe?

The Crusades, pt.2

Episode 307: Once more I take up the history lesson concerning the Crusades. Was it really “in the name of Christ” that the Crusaders did “horrible deeds”? Or is history much more complicated than how our President makes it out to be? Tune in as I unpack the history & consequences of the Crusades.

Today in Church History: (On or around today) Defeat and captivity of the King Louis IX of France, “St. Louis,” in a crusade (1250).

The Real Significance of the Crusades

Splitsville

Episode 292: So last month Pope Francis convened a two week long meeting in the Vatican concerning “family life” among Catholics. Hot topic debates were had by a number of bishops while Pope Francis engage in active listening. Tune in as I report on the fallout from that meeting here in the States and what could be in the future for the Catholic Church as a result.

Today in Church History: Gregory the Wonder Worker Dies (270)

Question of the Day: What does the Bible say about homosexuality?

Gays with Gifts

Episode 283: The Catholic Church has said gays have gifts to offer the Catholic Church…er, uh, wait…No, they don’t. What’s going on and do gays have gifts for the (true) church? Hmm…Tune in as I cover this story and discuss how gays might be given gifts by Christ for the church.

Monday’s Article: Gays Have Gifts to Offer Catholic Church

Tuesday’s Article: Catholic Officials Walk-back Reports

Question of the Day: Did Jesus say anything about homosexuality?

Catholicism 3

238: Is the Catholics Church the church of the New Testament? I continue to probe this question examine the doctrines of saints & priests, celibacy of the bishops, and original sin and compare these to the Bible.

Question of the Day: What about infant baptism?