Lonergan and The Law of the Cross

Bernard Lonergan was a Jesuit priest and one of the most influential Catholic thinkers in the twentieth century.  In an effort help others understand the redemption he proposes a theory called the Law of the Cross.  Lonergan looked to the development of western culture and developed his theology to include human science and degradation of... Continue Reading →

Guest Post: How Can God Die On The Cross?

Today’s post is a guest article written by Catholic Apologist Eric Shearer.  Eric has a blog titled On This Rock Apologetics.  He is doing great work for the church and you will be richly blessed by his writing.  So go on over and give him a follow.  Enjoy the article! _____________________________________________________________________________________________ Not long ago, I was... Continue Reading →

The Deeds of Jesus

Every Sunday in the creed we declare that Jesus is our Lord, but what does that mean?  What implications does that have on our lives?  In the Gospels Jesus tells us to love our neighbor (Mark 12:31), love God (Matthew 22:37), and show mercy (John 8:11).  How do his words correlate to his deeds, and... Continue Reading →

Martin Luther and the Cross of Christ

Martin Luther is a name that all Christians have heard, but most take the name for granted.  They know him as the leader of the Protestant Reformation, and rightfully so as his theological endeavors led to a split from the Catholic Church.  Though this was a sad time in history, Luther was a brilliant theologian... Continue Reading →

3 Ways To Share The Gospel To Culture

-Featured Guest Post by Jeff Perry- Presenting the gospel has always been a recurring topic among Christians. I asked a handful of individuals what the gospel was in their own words? “The gospel helps us pray, and get into the Word more and become more like Christ.” “The gospel directs our hearts to love as... Continue Reading →

Thank you Jesus!

What did Jesus do to save us?  The importance of this question is one that has a real possibility to be understated.  It is a question that has been asked for all of church history, and theologians have debated it for centuries.  The reason is because it is the eternal question with eternal significance.  The... Continue Reading →

Ransomed

"For even the Son of Man came not to be served but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many."- Mark 10:45 In the '90's there was a movie starring Mel Gibson named "Ransom."  In the film a son was kidnapped, and the captors demanded a tidy sum for the child's... Continue Reading →

No Turning Back

In business we are taught that if we adhere to something only half of the time then we will get half of the results. In much of the same way it is the same with our walk with Christ. Sure we accept Him and He is our Lord and Savior, but is He truly the... Continue Reading →

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