Photo by Erika Giraud on Unsplash If a person's faith is not strong enough, welcome him all the same without starting an argument.Romans:14:1 St.Paul here is mostly dealing with the scrupulous Christians who have all sorts of opinions. Their faith isn't that great. St.Paul instructs that some Christians who think some days should be held … Continue reading How Christians Should Welcome The Stranger
Source: web Many call him the King of the Jews, but I like to refer to him as the King of religious indifference. King Herod's ancestors converted to Judaism, and although he considered himself King of the Jews, he built temples for other religions too. He wasn't really a devoted practitioner of his faith at … Continue reading Herod The King Of Religious Indifference
From there he went up to Bethel, and while he was on the road up, some small boys came out of the town and jeered at him. "Go up, baldhead!" they shouted. "Go up, baldhead!" ·He turned around and looked at them; and he cursed them in the name of Yahweh. And two she-bears came … Continue reading Why Did God Kill 42 Children Merely For Calling Elisha “Baldy”?
Image by Gerhard Gellinger from Pixabay There are so many Catholic authors out there in the Churches 2020 year old history we couldn't possibly name them all. In the last 20 years, and more recently with social media, Catholic book sales have surged enormously. In this post I will discuss what it is we are … Continue reading The Books That Really Make Us Catholic Are Being Neglected