This is a link to my fourth and final dialogue/debate with Catholic Apologist Trent Horn. In this round, we debate the question of whether God wants every person to join the same church. Not surprisingly, Trent, good Catholic apologist that he is, argues that God wants everyone to join the Catholic church. Meanwhile, I argue that God sovereignly wills some degree of ecclesial pluralism such as the simultaneous existence of distinct ecclesial communions (Catholic, Baptist, Lutheran, Orthodox, etc.) all of which are in accord with the divine will.
My favorite response to the debate is found in this faithful Catholic named John Paul who comments the following on Trent’s website:
“Thanks for this, Trent. I can’t believe how half-baked his stance is. I was expecting substance somewhere from his side, but he didn’t have a leg to stand on. Non sequitur after non sequitur. Grateful to hear this conversation!”
Half-baked? Not even one leg to stand on? Lol.