1. Padre

    Carl Jung and Myers Briggs personality tests

    Hello friends, I first heard about Carl Jung in my Doctrine and Christian History classes in which he was introduced as a neo-gnostic occultist. Following my own research I discovered that he was born into a Christian home, but rejected the faith and started to worship Abraxas (gnostic god)...
  2. C

    Pelagianism: A Conversation I Had With Two Roman Catholic Friends

    So, recently I had a conversation with two Roman Catholic friends, a man and a woman. Both are well educated in the Catholic tradition. Both are conservative, pro-life, and completely committed to following the teaching of the Roman magisterium. Particularly, I overheard four comments that...
  3. Timmay

    Church History Irenaeus: A Pivotal Theologian In A Pivotal Era

    (Note: Article originally submitted for Christianity and Culture in 2nd and 3rd Centuries, a Master's level course at Regent University) Introduction American President Theodore Roosevelt once said that “it is not the critic that counts; not the man who points out how the strong man...