A 6-step argument showing that the bishop of Rome doesn’t have the credentials required to hold his office.
A 5 (and a bit) step argument showing that the Catholic Church is not a legitimate Christian church because its leadership does not meet certain basic biblical requirements.
A quick little argument showing how, on Rome’s own terms, Catholics believe that God’s secret identity is Allah.
Four reasons to think that the term “catholic” in the Nicene Creed should not be read as involving communion with the Church of Rome.
Calling Randal Rauser: why won’t you answer some simple questions?
A response to a Catholic correspondent’s question: “I am genuinely puzzled by your statement that neither the Orthodox nor Catholic Churches are Christian, but false churches … I really would like to know the answer: when were these false churches established? Who were the Christians up to the time of the Reformation?”
This is a continuation of the discussion started with Stuart McEwing in his article ‘Openness Theology (Part Two)’, exploring the ramifications of libertarian free will, the principle of alternative possibilities; and how an Arminian theology ultimately collapses into either a Reformed or Open theology, depending on how you push it.