Here’s Why You Can Be Sure that Paul Believed in the Eucharist

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Catholics believe the Eucharist is Jesus, literally. But does this belief have apostolic origins? St. Paul, an apostle, wrote vividly about the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist, so I believe it does. Paul talks about the Eucharist in 1 Corinthians 10:16-21 and 1 Corinthians 11:27-30. These passages show that Paul was Catholic in his belief. Participating in what is real Let’s start with …

Is it True That There is No Truth?

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Have you ever tried to persuade someone that your belief was true and that person responds, “Well, there is no truth” or “It might be true for you, but not for me”? It’s a frustrating experience. This way of thinking, called relativism, can impede any sort of rational dialogue. In this ALL NEW webisode, I teach you how to respond. …

Bringing Sanity to Sex: Part 2 of 2

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In my previous article, we saw that there is such a thing as sexual sanity, an objective reality with which we need to live in accord in order to be sexually sane. Regardless of someone’s personal motive for engaging in sexual activity, procreation is its natural end. Now, the charge that such a view reduces human sex acts to mere biology might have force …

Bringing Sanity to Sex: Part I

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Sanity is to see what is (reality) and live in accord with it. If your grandfather thinks leprechauns are jumping in his butter dish and he gives them his butter knife to use as a springboard, then his sanity is defective. He mistakes a hallucination for what is real and behaves accordingly. As he tells you about this phenomenon at the dinner …

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With a group ranging from seniors to high school students, including some with science degrees, Karlo held the attention of all present without talking down to anyone. He inspired many parents present with a greater confidence to speak to their children who struggle with the myth that science has explained away the need for God. For me it was encouraging …

Very well stated argument. This issue really is the key factor in Protestant Theology. The only Protestant doctrine that all Protestants share is that there is no Magisterium. I don’t know how someone can read your article and not at least question this foundational doctrine of Protestant Theology. Well done!