Why I Am Not Protestant

Smoke of Satan & the Open Windows of Vatican II

To be deep in history is to cease to be Protestant.
SAINT JOHN HENRY NEWMAN

Once upon a time, I was an atheist. It seems like ages ago that I was an atheist. But I am only eight years removed from that error. When I was an atheist, I was not halfway about it. I had embraced the militant form of the foolishness espoused by the New Atheists which made me vocal, loud, and proud about being an unbeliever. This provoked a great deal of prayers for my conversion from various Protestant Christians in my workplace. Those prayers were sincere, and they worked. I would flee atheism to become Roman Catholic. When that happened, those Protestants wished I had remained an atheist.

Before I was an atheist, I was a Protestant. This was not a halfway thing with me either. I was raised in the faith of the Southern Baptist…

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State of the Blog Address

I would like to give my thanks to those who have contributed to the blog. In past attempts to relaunch our previous community--All Along the Watchtower--our work here at On the Pilgrim Road has been the most successful. Our viewership has been some of the strongest I've seen for a new blog, so I encourage …

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