Apologetics to the Glory of God

Tag: Carl Trueman

  • Trueman on Papal Authority

    [T]he rise, consolidation and definition of papal power is an historically very complex issue; and, indeed, as scholarship advances, the story becomes more, not less, convoluted and subversive of papal claims. For some converts to Roman Catholicism, papal authority is somehow seen as an obvious riposte to problems with the perspicuity of scripture. In other words, it is the answer to an epistemological/authority problem. For those of us who have spent the best part of our lives reading late medieval and early modern history, however, papal authority is not an epistemological solution to much of anything at all; rather, it

  • Carl Trueman on The Unintended Reformation

    Check this link out. See if you catch what I found most interesting about the whole discussion. See any familiar subjects, Van Til readers?…