Roman Catholicism and its Theandric View of the Church
Pastor Nate Harlan dives into a recap of some of what we’ve learned about Roman Catholicism and its “theandric” view of the church, contrasting that with the Reformed Protestant view.
Roman Catholicism and the Visible and Invisible Church
Pastor Nate Harlan wraps up our study by discussing the Reformed Protestant doctrine of the visible and invisible church, contrasting that with the Roman Catholic view.
Roman Catholicism versus the Sufficiency of Christ
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.
Roman Catholicism: Antithesis and Synthesis
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.
Roman Catholicism: Grace and the Gospel
Pastor Nate Harlan and the family study at Trinity discusses the different views of grace and the Gospel between Roman Catholicism and Reformed Protestantism.
Roman Catholicism and Totus Christus Redux
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.
Roman Catholicism and Totus Christus
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.