Many Protestants reject the Catholic teaching on penance because they think it implies Jesus' death on the cross was not enough. Are Catholics denying the sufficiency of Christ's sacrifice? Karlo Broussard gives reasons why the answer is no.
St. John teaches in 1 John 5:13 that we can know that we have eternal life. Does this text support the Protestant doctrine of the assurance of salvation? Karlo Broussard gives the reason why the answer is no, and shows how this text actually supports the Catholic belief about our knowledge of our...
St. John teaches in 1 John 2:27 that we have no need of a man to teach us since we have the Holy Spirit. Is John denying the Catholic belief that Jesus gave us a magisterium (a living, teaching authority)? Karlo Broussard gives the reason why the answer is no, and explains what John means by this.
Luke and Matthew's gospels seem to contradict each other on whether or not the magi came to Jesus' birth. Trent Horn breaks down the story of the magi and explains why this isn't a reason to discredit the gospels.