Devin Rose


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Devin Rose is a Catholic author and lay apologist .

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Is it really that obvious? A case for Tradition

That without which Christianity could never do…or could it?? If I asked you this question, “Is there a particular Christian belief that is so basic most believers in Christ consider it irreformable?” What would your answer be? You might say, for example, the Resurrection of Jesus from the dead, or, the virgin birth. Undoubtedly, these … Continue reading Is it really that obvious? A case for Tradit

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Published on January 16, 2019 19:00
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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

“But Protestants in general are usually not so exact in their dating estimates, and instead claim that corruption entered into the Church somewhere between the second and sixth centuries. The dates vary according to when a particular Protestant, in studying the historical evidence, discovers a doctrine or practice of the Church that he believes is heretical.”
Devin Rose, The Protestant's Dilemma: How the Reformation's Shocking Consequences Point to the Truth of Catholicism

“In Luke’s Gospel, Jesus says to his disciples: “Whoever listens to you listens to me. Whoever rejects you rejects me. And whoever rejects me rejects the one who sent me” (10:16). Notice the direct line of authority: The Father sends the Son, and the Son sends the apostles with his authority, such that listening to them (and the men whom they in turn authorize) is equivalent to listening to Jesus and the Father.”
Devin Rose, The Protestant's Dilemma: How the Reformation's Shocking Consequences Point to the Truth of Catholicism

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