500 Years of Calvinism—What Has It Achieved?

"500 Years of Calvinism—What Has It Achieved?" explores the historical, cultural, and theological impact of Calvinism since its inception by Jean Cauvin (John Calvin) in the 16th century. It delves into its influence on various Protestant denominations, its opposition to Catholicism, Calvin's work in Geneva, the controversies and divisions within the movement, and its lasting legacy.

The Infallibility of the Pope: A Closer Look

In our article, "The Infallibility of the Pope: A Closer Look," we dissect the intricate doctrine of papal infallibility, navigating through its historical origins, theological debates, and its implications on the modern Catholic Church. Join us as we delve into the question of whether the Pope is truly incapable of error.

Hebrew and Greek Terms for Worship in the Bible

This article explores the various Hebrew and Greek terms used in the Bible to describe worship, including avodah, hish·ta·chawah, latreuʹo, and pro·sky·neʹo. It examines how the context determines the meaning of these terms, and provides biblical sources and book sources for further study. What did the authors mean by the words that they used, and what significance does that have for us?

Didn’t the Catholic Church Oppose Galileo?

Explore the complex relationship between Galileo Galilei and the Catholic Church as they clashed over the heliocentric model. Understand the historical context of the Church's opposition and learn about the eventual reconciliation and legacy of Galileo's work.

Turning Away from God: The Dangers of Apostasy

The first 400 years of Christianity's history are crucial because they saw the development of the foundational doctrines and practices of the faith. During this period, the Christian church faced persecution, struggled with internal disagreements, and developed a coherent theology.

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