The five biblical principles of the Reformation and Revival.

All true revival in both Old and New Testament times has been a return to the absolute authority of God’s written Word.  The absolute authority of God’s written Word was normative for the Old Testament saints.  Likewise, the absolute authority for Christ Jesus and for the apostles was God’s written Word and that alone. PlayStop Read More
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The Eucharist

According to the Catechism of the Catholic Church, the actual body (flesh), blood, and divinity of Jesus Christ is called down from heaven and miraculously transubstantiated into the Eucharistic wafers. The Holy Bible, however, is explicit concerning the return of Jesus Christ to this world. Share on Facebook Share Share on TwitterTweet Share on Pinterest Read More
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The Biblical Uncovering of the Pope and the Papacy

None, but the Lord God, could have described beforehand the office of the Pope and Papacy. Man could never have anticipated the Papacy only God foretells it. That a power claiming to act for God, to be “as God,” in the midst of the Christian Church, flouting His truth and mocking His own Holiness, defies Read More
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Is John Paul II Truly Blessed in the Sight of God?

Thus, it is most important that we answer the question, Is John Paul II blessed in the sight of God? What is at stake is the salvation of souls, because worship and prayer to a dead human negates essential biblical truths foundational to the Gospel. We carefully document from his official position in the Vatican Read More

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Idolatry at the Present Time

By Richard Bennett and Abner Araujo Nowadays, on a popular level, the word “idol” means only an image of a false god, or a heathen deity. However, in Bible and theology dictionaries, the word “idol” means “the worship of Jehovah by means of images,”1 or “the worship of Jehovah under image or symbol.”2 “Idolatry, strictly Read More

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Better to Marry than to Burn

“…better to marry than to burn…”: Boston and the Catholic troubles “Sex, shame and the Catholic Church” was Newsweek’s cover story for March 4th, 2002, the subtitle of which was “and new soul-searching across America.” One would have hoped that exposure of the Catholic teaching on virginity and celibacy would have been discussed. Instead, the Read More

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The Priesthood

There is a common thread that runs throughout the experiences of former priests whose testimonies are in our book, Far from Rome, Near to God: The Testimonies of Fifty Former Catholic Priests. We had a great yearning to be different from those around us. We wanted to be more pure, nearer to God. We wanted to Read More

Idolatry in the Evangelical camp

This is a reading of the article written by Virgil Dunbar and Richard Bennet concerning Evangelical Christians who allow images of the Roman Catholic Jesus in their sanctuaries. PlayStop X MP3jPLAYLISTS.MI_1 = [ { name: "Idolatry in the Evangelical camp", formats: ["mp3"], mp3: "aHR0cHM6Ly8wMmQ3Y2RiLm5ldHNvbGhvc3QuY29tL2JlcmVhbmJlYWNvbi9hcmNoaXZlcy9hdWRpby9hdWRpby9JZG9sb3RyeV9Jbl9FdmFuZ2VsaWNhbF9DYW1wLm1wMw==", counterpart:"", artist: "", image: "true", imgurl: "" } ]; MP3jPLAYERS[1] = Read More

The Alignment of New Evangelicals with Apostasy

A person calling himself Evangelical is professing to be committed to the Gospel of Christ as proclaimed in Scripture. The true Gospel demands separation from all who teach another Gospel. As the Apostle declared, “But though we, or an angel from heaven, preach any other gospel unto you than that which we have preached unto Read More