Is the Pope a Protestant?

About once a week, the Bishop of Rome holds a “general audience” in St. Peter’s Square in which he gives instruction (catechesis) to Roman Catholics. In three of Benedict XVI’s (the late Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger) catechetical audiences voiced themes that might be . . . Continue reading →

Who Are The True Catholics?

Introduction There are truly important works that have simply been forgotten or unjustly ignored. One of those is William Ames’ Fresh Suit Against Human Ceremonies in defense of the Reformed theology and practice of worship. Another is William Perkins’ 1597 treatise, A . . . Continue reading →

Chronology Of the Medieval And Reformation Church

Drafted c. 1995. Revised 2007 1100 c. b. Peter Lombard (1160). Magister Sententiae). 1155-58 Lombard publishes Sententiarum libri quatuor 1200 c. Albertus Magnus (d.1280) 1215 Fourth Lateran Council c. 1225 b. Thomas at Aquino (d. 1274) 1231 Heidelberg becomes capitol of Palatinate . . . Continue reading →

Recursos Reformados

Sola Fide Es El Instrumento Para La Justificación Y La Salvación Presbiteriano Reformado La Necessidad de Reforma la Iglesia Literatura Reformada Fundacion Editorial de Literatura Reformada (includes Calvin’s Institutes, the Three Forms of Unity and other resources. Recursos de Mateo Leighton Confraternidad . . . Continue reading →

Bibliography on Roman Catholicism

Select Annotated Bibliography of Modern Literature (updated February 2013)  Note: Some of the literature included here is academic and some of it is popular, controversial, and apologetic in nature. Inclusion of a volume in this bibliography does not consistitute an endorsement. Armstrong, . . . Continue reading →

Is the Pope a Protestant?

About once a week, the Bishop of Rome, Benedict XVI (Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger), holds a “general audience” in St Peter’s Square in which he gives instruction (catechesis) to Roman Catholics. In three of the more recent of these catechetical audiences he has . . . Continue reading →