Saturday, October 22, 2011

Hope vs. Presumption, VirtuousPla.net article

I have just posted an article over at the (relatively new) blog, VirtuousPla.net. It is on the difference between the theological virtue of hope and the vices of despair and presumption.

If hope is 100% certain, how do we avoid the typically Protestant error of presumption - "Once saved, always saved"?

Check out the article here - VirtuousPla.net: Hope vs. Presumption
Update: You will now find the article [here].

4 comments:

Nick said...

Are you still keeping this blog or do we need to change our RSS Feed?

Father Ryan Erlenbush said...

Nick,
Sorry for the confussion ... I post just every-so-often over at VirtuousPlanet ... my main focus will continue to remain here at NTM ... so please DO NOT change your RSS Feed! :-)

Peace. +

Kevin said...

Fr. Ryan:

I was wondering if you could re-post your article on Hope vs. Presumption. For some reason I am unalbe to locate using the link you provided above. I think it may have something to do with VirtuusPla.net changing to IgnitumToday.com.

Thank you for all that you do and may God bless you.

Kevin

Father Ryan Erlenbush said...

Kevin,
Thank you for calling this to my attention!

Here is the article -- http://newtheologicalmovement.blogspot.com/2012/05/if-hope-is-certain-why-cant-i-be-sure.html

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