There was no such notion as episcopal infallibility in the earliest days of the Church.
Why not Roman Catholicism? Part III
The notion of “apostolic succession” in the earliest sources is not that of Roman Catholicism.
Why not Roman Catholicism? Part II
I disagree with the Roman Catholic understanding of ecclesial tradition and hierarchy, as well as with the doctrine of the Eucharist.
Why not Roman Catholicism? Part I
A brief overview of a few points of difference between my own thinking and that of Roman Catholicism.
Irenaeus on the church at Rome
Irenaeus does not consider agreement with the theology of the church of Rome to be an absolute principle of theology for all times.
Change your way of thinking
Being a Christian means believing the good news that Jesus brings. This means believing that things can be better than they are now.
A note on assurance of salvation
God’s feelings toward us are certain, but we should be mindful our where our own hearts lie.
He is the atoning sacrifice for our sins
Making atonement for sinners and reconciling them with God is the very identity of Jesus.
Our advocate, Jesus Christ the Righteous
In Jesus God provides us with an advocate whose intercession He will never refuse.
Jesus’s attitude towards theological tradition
The measure of every human tradition is for Jesus the word that comes from God’s mouth.