Are Catholics Christians?
Many people point to documents such as Evangelicals and Catholics Together as examples of why we ought not to share the Gospel of Christ with Roman Catholics. They claim that we share the same truths and worship the same Lord. Find out why this is a blatant lie. See how Rome uses cunning and trickery to coopt evangelicals into selling out the Gospel for the sake of false “unity”.
We must deal with the apparent normality of Catholicism. The Catholic Church is based on some of the great essential truths of God’s revelation. She holds to the existence of a self-existent and eternal God, the Creator of the universe, of man, and of all things. She teaches that in the Godhead there are three Read More
by Richard M. Bennett If you are a Catholic, can you say without a doubt that you are right with God at this very moment? Perhaps you will answer, “Well, I’m following the teachings of the Church on how to be right with God.” Then would you agree that those beliefs should match God’s written Read More
A side by side comparison chart using the official 1994 catechism of the Catholic Church and the Bible. The chart highlights 8 major topics of concern and shows the contradictions in Roman Catholic teaching. The article is accompanied with a audio explanation by Richard Bennett.
Scriptural Meaning of Justification The precise import of the term “to justify” is clearly seen in that it is the exact opposite or contrast to the term “to condemn.” “It is God that justifies. Who is he that condemns?” (Romans 8:33-34)1 Condemnation is not a process by which a good man is made bad, but Read More
Every good Catholic wants to please God in this present life and, when life on earth is over, hopes to live with Him forever. It is a noble goal based on personal beliefs about God and how to know Him. However, noble intentions and personal beliefs about God do not guarantee results—or eternal life. I Read More
While one analyzes Catholicism in the light of biblical faith, one reaches an irrefutable answer and the outcome must also be carefully investigated. Many Evangelicals will be dismayed that such a question need even be asked. Moreover, the question will be totally abhorrent to those in ecumenical movements, such as “Evangelicals and Catholics Together” and “Christian Churches Together.” Thus, Read More
The Lord Jesus Christ promised the Apostles, “when he, the Spirit of truth, is come, he will guide you into all truth.” “All truth” signifies all revealed truth, which is recorded in the written Word. This promise was precise, “He will guide you into all truth,” not all truths (plural), but rather “all truth.” God’s truth is an indissoluble, balanced and harmonious Read More
Matthew Cserhati Introductory Questions What is truth? And how can we ascertain what the truth is? According to the Protestant churches, the sole highest authority in determining truth is the Scripture alone. As opposed to this, the Roman Catholic church claims that besides Scripture, her oral tradition also has authority: “As a result the Church, Read More
by Richard M. Bennett The basis of truth, according to the Bible, must be an absolute standard. Statement: All believers acknowledge that there must be an absolute measure by which a thing may be judged to be truth or false. In times past, that standard was called “the rule of faith” or “the basis of truth”, meaning the Read More
by Richard Bennett Dear Friend, Do Catholics Possess Life Eternal? It is with great sensitivity that I write on this question. Because I remember the grip that Catholicism had on my own soul for 48 years I write with affection for Catholics. Yet while I analyze official Catholic teachings in the light of biblical faith Read More