By Stuart Quint Rome commemorates the death of Ignatius of Loyola on July 31 each year.[i] Loyola was the notorious founder of the Society of Jesus, also known as the “Jesuits”. While the man died long ago, his movement lives on with its malicious mission nearly 500 years later. The Jesuit agenda has relevance Read More
by W. J. Mencarow Generally speaking there are four approaches to understanding the scope of the book of Revelation: Idealism, Futurism, Preterism and Historicism. Two were invented by Roman Catholicism and one of the two is taught by most Protestant churches. Idealism Idealism, also known as the Spiritual approach, “spiritualizes” many, if not most, passages Read More
By Richard Bennett and Stuart Quint God’s Fatherly Love Revealed in Saving Us While We Were Yet Sinners God the Father’s love in saving us was effective: “In this was manifested the love of God toward us, because that God sent his only begotten Son into the world that we might live through him. 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.