Daily Archives: 21 May 2018

He Certainly Doesn’t Seem to Comprehend Catholic Doctrine (Like it or Not)

In an honest, impromptu homily delivered Monday, Pope Francis admitted he is just making most of his theology up as he goes, ignoring thousands of years of official Church doctrine in favor of “whatever pops into my head at the … Continue reading

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That’s What Things Are Like Right Now

You may be quite sure that in the last days there will be some difficult times. People will be self-centred and avaricious, boastful, arrogant and rude; disobedient to their parents, ungrateful, irreligious; heartless and intractable; they will be slanderers, profligates, … Continue reading

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Die Badener Disputation von 1526

Die im Rahmen einer Eidgenössischen Tagsatzung vom 19. Mai bis 8. Juni 1526 im aargauischen Baden in deutscher Sprache abgehaltene Disputation war ein Grossereignis der Reformationszeit, vergleichbar der Leipziger Disputation 1519 und dem Reichstag zu Worms 1521, und von entscheidender … Continue reading

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My Bestie Has a New Book Forthcoming: “Cults, Martyrs and Good Samaritans: Religion in Contemporary English Political Discourse” by James Crossley

Pre-order here.

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The Opening of the Baden Disputation

The disputation was opened in the Catholic city of Baden, in Aargau, May 21, 1526, and lasted eighteen days, till the 8th of June. The cantons and four bishops sent deputies, and many foreign divines were present. The Protestants were … Continue reading

Posted in Church History, Zwingli

We Really Are, and they Are All In Washington, DC – and Manchester, UK

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Refo500 Meeting

The Eighth Annual RefoRC Conference is hosted by the University of Warsaw and will take place May 24-26, 2018. Theme of Plenary Lectures: Reformation and Education The Reformation was closely tied to the renovation of educational models from its very … Continue reading

Posted in Church History, Conferences, Refo500