Monthly Archives: February 2018

Papist propaganda: “The infinite value of the Holy Mass”

It can, at times, be more than a little frustrating for the Christian to interact with a Roman Catholic over the official teachings of Romanism. I am sure I am not the only who has been met with a startled reaction when, while attempting to refute Rome’s false gospel and abominable heresies, I am confronted with a look of disgust that I would dare misrepresent the teachings of Holy Mother Church. Continue reading…

1689 federalism and the perpetuity of the moral law, part 2

In part 1, I attempted to show that the threefold division justifies the appeal to the natural/moral law of God on account of the latter’s transcendence over temporal covenants, being as they are rooted in Creation and embedded in the image of God. Positive laws are only binding insofar as they are made manifest to a specific people in time and space. We do not need to feel that we are compromising the New Covenant by making reference to the Ten Commandments as they did not find their origination at Mount Sinai. Continue reading…