Category Archives: The Catholic Dialogues

Birth Control Part Deux: Abortion

I recently posted a topic-starter in the “catholic Dialogs” devoted to the issue of conception control and why Catholics and Protestants have different motivations and methods in the practice. In a moment of carelessness, I mentioned that in the case … Continue reading

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The catholic Dialogs Continued: Birth Control

The participants in these threads do not represent all of those who share our respective Christian traditions, but we are speaking from our own experiences, convictions and understandings on a host of issues. At present, this entry is devoted to … Continue reading

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The catholic Dialogues

The word “catholic,” with an intentional lower-case “c” has long been paired with the idea of universal Christianity, not in the sense of “universalism” whereby all paths lead to the same destination, but rather as a legitimate follower of Jesus … Continue reading

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