"Let unity, the greatest good of all goods, be your preoccupation." - St. Ignatius of Antioch (Letter to St. Polycarp)

Thursday, September 13, 2007

On whether Catholics are "twice over sons of hell"

See the combox here, starting at comment #123.

8 comments:

Jonathan said...

Bryan,

I think you handled yourself admirably in that discussion in the midst of some ridiculous charges, and demonstrated quite well exectly why I do not hesitate to embrace the faithful believers within the Roman communion my brothers in Christ.

Blessings to you,

Jonathan Bonomo

Principium unitatis said...

Thank you very much Jonathan. I thought the same about you in your recent public discussion regarding Baptists/Catholics.

I have a friend who went to GC; his name is Jonathan Beeson; his wife's name is Anastasia. He pastored a church in New Haven for a while. Do you know him or know of him?

In the peace of Christ,

- Bryan

Vito said...

Bryan,

Thank you for your eloquent responses in defense of our faith in Christ and his Church, and in your charity in giving them.

All praise to Jesus Christ!

Jonathan said...

Bryan,

The name actually sounds somewhat familiar, though I cannot seem to put a face to it.

Stewart said...

Bryan,

Just so you know, my Deuteronomy 18 reference in post #156 was not meant as an insult. I in no way want to insinuate that Praying to saints is anything like the offenses mentioned in that chapter. The passage clearly doesn't say or prove what I thought it did at the time.

You're also showing a cool head in the midst of some very stupid rhetoric. I wish I had that ability.

Cheers,

Stewart

Principium unitatis said...

No problem Stewart. I didn't take any offense. I appreciate your leaving me this note to clarify.

In the peace of Christ,

- Bryan

Anonymous said...

Hi--

How funny! I, too, went to GCTS with Jonathan Beeson. I've lost track of where he's at now, though.

Cara Transtrom-Bradley

Principium unitatis said...

Hello Cara,

I have his e-mail address. My e-mail address is in my profile. Send me a note, and I'll forward it to him.

In the peace of Christ,

- Bryan