Unshakable Faith

(Pictured: promo made for Confesiones de un inquisidor; release date April 14, 2017) Dear friends and family, Reading through 2 Corinthians 6 a couple days ago, I was encouraged by the Apostle Paul’s tenacity and perseverance in the ministry. He speaks of the many challenges that faced his ministry: being persecuted by Jews and Gentiles, […]

Church Diagnostics: Blind Faith (Letter 2 of 7)

In case you missed it, here is the introduction to this series, as we look into the seven letters written to the seven churches in Revelation 2-3. My attempt is to harmonize the letters with Church History as well as to use it as a sort of diagnosis on today’s churches, looking at the possible pitfalls […]

Pope Benedict XVI: “Who Can Forgive Sins?” (Devotional)

Reading: Mark 2 (Context: Jesus is making His presence and authority felt early, and the curiosity of the religiously distinguished Jews is growing. In chapter 2 we see Jesus forgive a paralytic’s sins, and then heal him physically, in order of importance. Later we see Jesus’ and His disciples “break the Law” on two separate occasions, first with […]

A Relentless Zeal: Tyndale, the Man (Part 4 or 5)

Introductory Note: This section will now cover William Tyndale himself, as a compilation of the information available on his life. Since this information is limited, time was taken earlier to look at the lives of Erasmus, Luther, and King Henry VIII to try and get a better picture of Tyndale’s time period and the gravity […]

A Relentless Zeal: William Tyndale (Part 1 of 5)

Introductory Note: This is a large research paper on William Tyndale, probably the most important man in the history of the English language, largely because of his translation of the Bible from the original languages into a beautiful and poetic English. This essay will be in five parts and the bibliography will be available at […]