The Reformation of My Blog Traffic
Normally, I get about 80 to 100 visits to my blog daily. On Wednesday night my blog address was posted on a protestant (anti-Catholic) apologist's website. A disgruntled commenter sent "a tip." I was referred to as an apostate on this website. For whatever reason, this inspired many folks with a similar theological twist as the apologist to visit my blog and share their "love of Christ" with me. Sometimes theology can bring out the worst in people and I must conclude that a theology is only "working for you" if it inspires the person reformed by it to be more like Christ. The comments I received would make me question whether this theology is helping some of these folks or hurting them. Christ told us that whatever is spoken in secret will be shouted from the housetops. Nevertheless it appears from many of the comments I received (that I won't post) that being held accountable for every idle word we say doesn't apply to the blogosphere when the object is a blogger with a different theological position (particularly Catholic). Maybe "once saved always saved" isn't such a great idea if the people holding that view feel they won't be held accountable for their words and actions.
Is that a resounding gong or a clashing cymbal ringing in my ears?
Read my Personal Conversion Story here.
Another Calvinist becomes Catholic (Does that mean they were never saved?hmmm)
Read his story here.
Dr. Albert Mohler Agrees With Rome Regarding Artificial Contraception