Roman Catholicism: Many Fathers, No Relations

A common criticism of Roman Catholicism is that they inappropriately call their priests 'Father' in violation of Matthew 23:9. And call no man your father upon the earth: for one is your Father, which is in heaven. (Matthew 23:9 KJV) The typical Roman Catholic response is to say that Jesus is not denying all uses... Continue Reading →

The Gospel of Jesus Christ

This is a guest post by our brother Matthew Lannes Preface I want to humbly submit this article. The only reason I have written this article is because of the concern I have for those reading it. In myself I have nothing to offer, I am not a just or mighty man and my only... Continue Reading →

Is Gambling a Sin?

*This article does not necessarily reflect the opinions of all of the contributors to the Particular Baptist Recently, I had the privilege of appearing on the Why Theology podcast to talk about the Church and how it should be governed. While on it I was asked the question about how a church with a congregational... Continue Reading →

The Ground is Not Uncreated: Responding to William Lane Craig

Recently, William Lane Craig and James White had a debate/discussion on Molinism vs Calvinism in regards to the problem of evil (which can be found here). Although there were many things said, one in particular piqued my interest: Craig's response to the grounding objection, a standard Reformed critique of Molinism that White presented. Molinism teaches... Continue Reading →

I am a Homophobe

I am a homophobe. No, not in the sense that most people mean it. The "phobe" in homophobe comes from phobia which indicates an irrational or unsubstantiated fear. But I have no irrational or bigoted fear of homosexuals, and there are many others that get labeled that way who do not appear to be irrationally... Continue Reading →

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