It's an idea that will actually require commitment from me, the most uncommitted blogger in the history of bloggerdom. (My spell check is cordially informing me that "bloggerdom" is not a word. But we know better than the spell check, don't we? Of course we do.) Because it involves a consistent weekly post. And that is something I have never been able to pull off for more than...oh, one week.
But this time I think I can do it.
The idea is this: Every Sunday I will post about one aspect of Catholicism. (For example: infallibility, Marian doctrines, the Real Presence.) It will be an aspect of Catholicism about which I feel there is much misunderstanding in the non-Catholic community.
I hope this will create a friendly, charitable, explorative atmosphere in which Catholics and Protestants can discuss their differences and arrive ever nearer the truth.
So! My dear fellow Christians, if you're interested in "arguing theology" - not "arguing" in the sense of "bickering," but "arguing" in the sense of "thinking things through" - check in next Sunday for a discussion on one aspect of the Catholic Church's teachings. (I'm not 100% sure what that aspect will be yet, but I'm 90% sure it will have something to do with papal infallibility or the Church as a means to salvation.)
This blog feature will be geared towards promoting this mindset:
So I promise I'll be a nice arguer. :)