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Are Catholics Christian?

Richard Bennett, a former Dominican priest, gives a clear presentation of what being a Roman Catholic is and what it means to be a Christian as defined in the Bible. A detailed comparison is giving showing side by side what the Bible shows and what the catholic Catechism says, complete contradictions! Share on Facebook Share Read More
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Do Catholics Possess Eternal Life?

What is the answer to this powerful question? One goes to mass everyday but does that guarantee you eternal life now? With great sensitivity Pastor W. J. Mencarow and Richard Bennett answer this question. Share on Facebook Share Share on TwitterTweet Share on Pinterest Share Share on LinkedIn Share Share on Digg Share Send email Read More

Confession to a Priest Is Not Necessary for Gods Forgiveness


A person who is Catholic is taught to look for forgiveness by confessing his or her sins to a priest. Papal Rome’s insistence that her people confess is seen in her official teaching in the Catholic Catechism, paragraph 983, “Priests have received from God a power that he has given neither to angels nor to archangels … Were there no forgiveness of sins in the Church, there would be no hope of life to come or eternal liberation.”

Normal Christian Life and Catholicism


Both the Christian life and the Catholic Church are based on some of the great essential truths of God’s revelation. The question therefore must be asked, is the Catholic Church normal Christian life? Richard Bennett addresses this basic and essential question in a one-hour presentation.

Light and Darkness


A New Christian Reflects on 22 Years As a Priest of Rome. Pastor Steve Van Horn interviewed Richard Bennett in the early days of his ministry. Richard explains the stark contrast between Roman Catholicism and biblical faith. Richard answers viewers’ questions on a variety of issues. Catholicism, in fact, continues to be shadows, while biblical truth is light. Nonetheless, all the powers of darkness cannot shake the Lord God’s power and promises.

Catholic Teaching in the Light of Scripture


Richard Bennett a former Catholic Priest makes the hard contrast between official Roman Catholic teaching and the Holy Word of God found in the Bible.

Are Catholics Christian?


The Catholic Church presupposes itself to be Christian. Nothing could be farther from the truth; yet, the Catholic Church has presented and promoted herself in that guise particularly since the close of the Second Vatican Council in 1965.

The Certainty of the Written Word


The Lord Jesus Christ, in His great high priestly prayer, declared clearly the truth of God’s Word. He said, “Sanctify them through thy truth: thy word is truth.” God’s Word not only contains the truth but rather it is truth itself. The Lord Himself therefore identified truth with the Written Word. There is no source, other than written Scripture alone, to which the statement, “thy word is truth” can apply. This in contrast to the tradition of the Roman Catholic Church.

Do Roman Catholics Possess Life Eternal?


Richard is joined in studio by Pastor Bill Mencarow of Reformation Church Texas. A Christian’s relationship with God the Father is a crucial topic. Jesus Christ declared, “And this is life eternal, that they might know thee, the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom Thou hast sent.
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Normal Christian Life and Catholicism

Both the Christian life and the Catholic Church are based on some of the great essential truths of God’s revelation. The question therefore must be asked, is the Catholic Church normal Christian life? Richard Bennett addresses this basic and essential question in a one-hour presentation. Share on Facebook Share Share on TwitterTweet Share on Pinterest Read More