Upon this Rock

For most Catholics, the authority of the Pope, as derived from Peter, is the main cornerstone of their faith.  For the others, it is the lifesaver to fall back on when all else fails. The Petrine primacy of the Pope is an historic holdover from the false Decretals of Constantine and Isidore.  Nonetheless, the Papacy is Read More
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Catholic Political Coercion Through Civil Law

Catholic Political Coercion is what the Catholic Church thrived on for many years throughout the Middle Ages. Although her methods have changed, her goals have never changed. Her ability to grow in strength and numbers was and still is in proportion to her legal agreements (concordants) with other nations throughout the world. This video with Read More

Recent History of the Papal Church

What had looked like a mortal wound to Papal power took place in 1798.42 A general of Napo- leon’s army entered the Vatican, removing Pope Pius VI from his throne. With that, the Papacy lost its basis as a civil power. From the year 1846 Pope Pius IX, not having territorial or civil power, sought Read More
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Two Former Priests Analyze Catholicism

In the interview, former priest Henry Nowakowski’s discusses his life dedicated to the Catholic priesthood. Henry’s seminary training and experience reveals much of the heart of Papal Rome. Very informative also was their joint analysis of the Vatican Council II. The high-point of the interview was Henry Nowakowski’s analyses of the contrast of God’s sovereignty Read More

The History of the Papacy Part I

The spread of the Christian faith during the first three centuries was extensive and rapid.  In the providence of God, the main reasons for this were the fidelity and zeal of the preachers of the Gospel, the heroic deaths of the martyrs, and the translation of the Scriptures into the languages of the Roman world.  Read More
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Roman Catholicism Exposed. Questions and Answers with a former Priest

Former Roman Catholic priest of 22 years Richard Bennett, is asked a series of questions by Larry Wessel’s while attending a conference with numerous evangelical speakers such as John MacArthur, John Ankerberg, Dave Hunt & many others. The conference was held in Dallas in 1999 to answer the second rendition of the “Evangelicals and Catholics Read More
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Liberation Theology Infused in Western Thinking

Latin American liberation theology has for the most part been a movement identified with the Roman Catholic Church.  It is in fact just the tip of the iceberg; the principles that it proclaims have affected western society.  Much of the present welfare societies in the USA and in Europe are just different expressions of the Read More

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Fellowship with the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit

Spiritual communion with God is our essential life as Christians.  It is the prerequisite to all revival.  This fellowship is the work of the Holy Spirit as He is the Spirit of all grace and sanctification.  The beauty and the glory of our communion with God show the emptiness all the attractiveness of the world.  The glory and excellence Read More