After a quick review, Pastor Nate Harlan unpacks a statement by the most influencial Roman Catholic theologian of the 20th century, Henri de Lubac, and contrasts this with Reformed Protestantism.
Pastor Nate Harlan talks about another difference between Roman Catholicism and Reformed Protestantism — Roman Catholics emphasize synthesis of a number of conflicting views for the sake of unity. The Reformers emphasize antithesis between views that are true or false.
Pastor Nate Harlan and the family study at Trinity discusses the different views of grace and the Gospel between Roman Catholicism and Reformed Protestantism.
In today’s class, we review what we learned about the doctrine of Totus Christus and how it relates to Roman Catholic theology and tradition.
In this family study, Pastor Nate Harlan leads the flock through the first steps toward understanding Roman Catholicism by looking at Augustine’s doctrine of Totus Christus.
Before the Trinity Family Study jumps to the next topic of the differences between Protestantism and Roman Catholicism, Pastor Nate Harlan works through the heresies that we talked about over the past months.
This fourth-century heresy denied the Trinity by denying the divinity of the Holy Spirit. Pastor Nate Harlan leads the family study and discusses modern reflections of this false teaching.
Do you know the difference between synergism and monergism? Do you have a good understanding of hamartiology? These big words and their meanings are important if we want to avoid a heresy like Pelagianism.
Over the centuries, the church has fought off heresies by calling councils and writing creeds. In 451 A.D., one of the best creeds was written: The Definition of Chalcedon.
Named after Eutyches of Constantinople, this heresy states that Christ has separate divine and human natures that united and blended into a new combined nature. Pastor Nate Harlan and the Family Study work through the particulars.