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St. Jerome and Protestantism

September 29, 2020 Casey Chalk 5

St. Jerome, whose feast day is September 30th, is known by Catholics for several things. Many know the fourth-century priest as responsible for the Vulgate, the Latin translation of the Bible, the official biblical text […]

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Why I Am Not a Baptist

July 28, 2020 Casey Chalk 32

I am persuaded God has a sense of humor. When I was once a Presbyterian, Calvinist seminarian, I tried, without result, to persuade my then-Reformed Baptist girlfriend that paedobaptism—the practice of baptizing infants and children—had […]