Author Archive for Charlie Johnson

Charlie hails from the deep green southern reaches of Birmingham, Alabama. Inspired by Catholic thinkers to re-write his reformed Protestant view of the faith, he began a journey that led him to confirmation and first Holy Communion in the Catholic Church in January 2015. Charlie works in the legal profession by day and writes in his spare time. He married his lovely bride, Katie, on the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe in December 2015. He writes regularly for the Catholic Stand,, Catholic Lane, and at his personal blog,

Do Protestant's and Catholic's Believe the Same "Gospel"?

Do Protestant’s and Catholic’s Believe the Same “Gospel”?


In an article called “The Gospel for Roman Catholics” put out by the Christian Apologetics and Research Ministry (CARM) the claim is made that Roman Catholics lack a fundamental understanding of the true and undefiled gospel of Jesus Christ. Meanwhile, the Catechism of the Catholic Church calls the Lord’s Prayer a “Summary of the Gospel” (CCC 2761) and Pope […]