Devin Rose


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Devin Rose is a Catholic author and lay apologist .

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David L. Gray has just published a book called The Divine Symphony: An Exordium to the Theology of the Catholic Mass. In it he delves into the theology of the Mass, bringing the reader a deeper appreciation of it. The Mass As Divine Symphony The “red thread” through the book that David makes is the analogy … Continue reading The Theology of the Mass: Divine Symphony Book


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If Protestantism is True

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The Protestant's Dilemma: H...

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“Are the Scriptures clear (perspicuous)? That is, can a literate, faithful Christian read the Bible and understand what God is saying? The answer depends upon how high or low we set the bar for “understanding” and how much or how little we allow for differences in that understanding. For example, setting the bar low, all Christians would agree that the Bible teaches that Jesus Christ came for our salvation by dying on the Cross. Further, the belief that Jesus was both truly God and truly man is a teaching that most Christians throughout history have held, though both of those doctrines were challenged in significant ways in early Christian history. But once we go a bit more in-depth and get into such questions as how Jesus saves a person and what, exactly, one needs to do in order to be saved by Christ, we run into all manner of differences among Christian traditions.”
Devin Rose, If Protestantism is True

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