Tag Archive: Irenaeus

Christian History and the Catholic Church – Part 4

Does the Roman Catholic Church have proof of her asserted supreme authority in the writings of a second-century bishop? If she does it would greatly strengthen her claim to be “the one, true… Continue reading

Christian History and the Catholic Church – Part 3

It is a testament to the superintendence of God protecting and sustaining the church, his bride, that she has survived nearly two millennia of heresies, persecutions, divisions, and direct attacks aimed at consigning… Continue reading

Christian history and the Catholic Church – Part 2

I can’t blame ‘em. I can’t blame Roman Catholic apologists for reading their beliefs into ancient Christian writings…for finding in them evidence that they expect to find which objectively isn’t there. They have… Continue reading