Welcome! This website provides reasons for the historic Christian faith, as understood by Anabaptists. Whether you agree or disagree with our views, we invite you engage with our articles and leave your comments.
What are the teachings of the historic faith?
Explanations of and apologetics for the doctrines and practices. Who are the Anabaptists?
Do their teachings align with the historic faith? Are Catholic and Protestant doctrines true?
Evaluating the evidence.
- Apostolic Succession or Apostolic Truth?
The following article is by Reed K. Merino. I’ve reposted it by permission. The Day I Became Two Thousand Years Old! At Philadelphia, on December 14, 1968, our bishop Robert DeWitt in the “apostolic succession” ordained me as an Episcopalian …
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- Does Archaeology of Pre-Nicene Orant Images Prove Iconodulia?
Recently, Eastern Orthodox apologists have worked to develop a new argument for the veneration of icons. This time, they are arguing from images of praying people found in the catacombs. This argument, which I will call the Participatory Art Argument, …
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- Is Catholic Answers Committed to Intellectual Honesty?
Catholic Answers (catholic.com) is a hugely influential ministry. One of their functions is to provide people with pop-level arguments for Roman Catholicism. They repackage Roman Catholicism in a very appealing way. One of the goals of Catholic Answers is to …
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- Are Tradition and Magisterium Infallible?
On this site, I’ve shown that we can reasonably conclude that the New Testament is infallible without drawing on an infallible tradition or magisterium to prove that it is. Anabaptists and Protestants, then, are in an excellent position—we have excellent …
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- The Anabaptists: Neither Catholic nor Protestant
by William R. McGrath This article was written around 1955 and published as an article and then a booklet. In this article, McGrath argues that the Protestant Reformation failed, being hamstrung by needing to follow political considerations. Instead, he advocates …
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- Is the Assumption of Mary found in Revelation 12?
The subject of Mary has created divisions within the church. The doctrines about Mary have been pushed by the Catholic and Orthodox churches to the point that, if other traditions do not accept the doctrines, they believe these traditions to …
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