If you are into Catholic apologetics and not familiar with the blog, Spes mea Christus, then you should be. It is an apologetics blog penned by Paul Hoffer. In his latest couple of posts he has completely dismantled a false claim made by the "Reformed apologist" who goes by the cover name of Turretin Fan. Turretin Fan is one of those guys who loves to cut and paste a few things from the internet, then proclaim he is an expert on the subject, which unfortunately happens to pertain to Catholicism much of the time. I have debated Mr. Fan on the topic of Sola Scriptura, as well as a host of other topics over the past several years. Mr. Fan has been threatening to debate Mr. Hoffer on Saint Augustine for quite sometime, and I have been eagerly awaiting. The topic at hand is whether or not Saint Augustine believed in the Catholic doctrine concerning the Eucharistic consecration, or what is now understood by the term transubstantiation. So far Paul has written two outstanding, in depth articles on the subject, which completely dismantle Mr. Fan's claim that Saint Augustine did not hold to the Catholic teaching on the matter. If you are interested in these types of debates then I encourage you to check the two latest articles out. You are sure to learn a ton from reading them.