Category Archives: apologetics

Did The Catholic Church Prevent People From Reading The Bible?

Myth: Luther and other Reformers were the first to translate Scripture into vernacular languages, which the Church had previously forbidden A main tenet of the false narrative about the origins of Protestantism is that the Catholic Church prevented people from reading the Bible. Enter John Wycliffe, William Tyndale, Martin Luther, and others to translate Scripture … Continue reading Did The Catholic Church Prevent People From Reading The Bible?

Were John Calvin & Martin Luther Holy And Pious Men?

Myth: The Reformers were holy men who struggled heroically to free the true Christian faith from the superstitions of Rome Martin Luther (1480-1546) and John Calvin (1509-1564) are generally regarded as holy and upright men appalled at the impiety, superstition, and corruption in the Catholic Church, and dedicated to returning the Christian faith to its … Continue reading Were John Calvin & Martin Luther Holy And Pious Men?

Why The Pagan Influence Theories Are A Bunch Of “Horus Manure”

Myth: The Christian Faith is just repackaging of pagan myths. Joseph Campbell (1904-1987) was an author and expert on the subject of mythology. His interest in myths began when, as a boy, he saw his first Native American totem pole. A practicing Catholic until his thirties, Campbell was fascinated by the seeming similarities among the … Continue reading Why The Pagan Influence Theories Are A Bunch Of “Horus Manure”