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The Apocrypha: An Introduction 1024 683 Andrew Hicks

The Apocrypha: An Introduction

One set of questions I get a lot as a minister and a teacher is about the Apocrypha: “What is the Apocrypha?” “Why do Catholics have extra books in their…

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Ecclesiological Explorations – Part 5: “The Church is… Apostolic.” 1024 683 Andrew Hicks

Ecclesiological Explorations – Part 5: “The Church is… Apostolic.”

Since its beginning, teaching has been a key part of what the Church does in the world. In fact, right after responding to Peter’s sermon on the day of Pentecost…

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Ecclesiological Explorations – Part 4: “The Church is….Catholic…” 1024 683 Andrew Hicks

Ecclesiological Explorations – Part 4: “The Church is….Catholic…”

One distinction is important to make right off the bat. This is NOT referring to the Roman Catholic Church. The distinction that is usually made is between the capital “C”…

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Ecclesiological Explorations – Part 2: “The Church is One…” 1024 683 Andrew Hicks

Ecclesiological Explorations – Part 2: “The Church is One…”

This is my second post in a series of ecclesiological explorations. We are studying the church in order to counter the bad ecclesiology that pervades so much of today’s world.…

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Why I’m A Catholic Christian 1024 597 Andrew Hicks

Why I’m A Catholic Christian

This is a manifesto for an orthodox generosity and an articulation of my thoughts on Christian unity. Inevitably, someone will read this and think I am claiming to be Roman Catholic. This…

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