The guidelines I use for including or excluding articles; and for their content; and of my comments.
- The early church fatherswith their various opinions used the craziest of arguments for proof, so I ignore their wrong views.
- Such bad fruit of the Church becoming a political state, so I disregard any of the trends leading to this; thus, I reject Christendom.
- When Protestant doctrinecontradicts the Bible I first mockit, then ignore it.
- Sola Scripturais just plain wrong. Yes, the Bibleis inspired, inerrant, infallible; the very word of God.My views are 100% from the Bible, or at least they don't contradict.
- From the history of biblical documents, I am not impressed with arguments based on subtle points of Greek grammar. I refer to several translations of the Bible and accept them as correct.
- I utterly reject philosophical systems such as those of Plato, Aristotle,St. Augustine, and St. Thomas Aquinas, as well as natural lawbecause they simply do not match reality. Instead, I prefer my view.
I include these positive topics...
- The Bible
- Virtues, holiness, prayer
- The Early Church Fathers
- The nature of the Church— what it is and isn't
- Church historyand changes
- Which Early Church Fathers were right about what
To mock foolishness and absurdity
My unique ideas
Observe the assumptions carefully
Link to articles
Link to quotations in Church documents and the Bible