How can the Catholic Church teach that baptism is necessary for salvation when the Bible show people receive the Holy Spirit before baptism and when Paul tells us that Christ did not send him to baptize but to preach the gospel? The author of Meeting the Protestant Challenge, Karlo Broussard, […]
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If we jumped into a time machine, traveled back to the first centuries of the Church, and asked Christians what they believed about the seven sacraments, would we feel we were among Catholic brethren? Karlo says yes, and he shows, using the writings of the early Fathers, that their belief regarding the sacraments is the same belief the Catholic Church professes today.
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Source: Karlo Broussard from Catholic Answers on YouTube Are Christians Failing Jesus’ Command to Judge Not? Christians are often accused of contradicting Jesus’ command in Matthew 7:1 to “judge not” when they judge some behavior to be wrong. But is this what Jesus meant when he gave the instruction? In […]
Source: Catholic Answers on catholic.comReprinted with permission Author: Karlo Broussard As we wrap up our conversations with Karlo Broussard on his book Meeting the Protestant Challenge, he asks: How can the Catholic Church teach that we need Tradition as well as Scripture when the Bible says that Scripture is sufficient? And […]
Source: Catholic Answers at catholic.comReprinted with permission Karlo Broussard Can we know for sure that we’re going to heaven? Coming up next with Karlo Broussard. Cy: Hello and welcome again to Catholic Answers Focus. I am Cy Kellett, your host, and today we welcome again our good friend Karlo Broussard for […]
Source: Catholic Answers on YouTube Have you ever tried to persuade someone that your belief was true and that person responds, “Well, there is no truth” or “It might be true for you, but not for me”? It’s a frustrating experience. This way of thinking, called relativism, can impede any […]