Everlasting Life


What does it means to enjoy fellowship with Father, Son and Holy Spirit? The Scriptures have much to say on the fellowship which exists between God and His people. In the words of Jesus Christ, “at that day you shall know that I am in my Father, and you in me, and I in you” (John 14:20). The greatest joy we have in this world is understanding and living everlasting life.
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The Invincible Gospel & The Modern Evangelical Lie

BY RICHARD BENNETT “That we henceforth be no more children, tossed to and fro, and carried about with every wind of doctrine, by the sleight of men, and cunning craftiness, whereby they lie in wait to deceive; But speaking the truth in love, may grow up into him in all things, which is the head, Read More

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Three Catholic Traps Dangerous to Christians

By Richard Bennett and Stuart Quint   To this day, the Catholic Church seeks to ensnare true Christians in its various schemes.  While the Roman Church has modified its tactics through history, nonetheless its goal remains the same: subjugating Bible believers to the Roman Catholic Church. The Catholic Church’s immediate response to the Biblical Reformation[1] Read More

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Do Catholics Possess Life Eternal?

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

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The Roots of Apostasy

By Michael de Semlyen The apostasy that we have witnessed in the twentieth century; the compromise on essentials and the attack on the fundamentals actually have their roots in the nineteenth century. That century provided Great Britain with unprecedented prosperity, political power and global influence as well as the ‘feel good factor.’ At the same Read More

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.

Absolute Biblical Truth Opposed by Roman Catholicism


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.   God’s truth is an indissoluble, balanced and harmonious whole.  In the Bible we have “all truth.”  This is clearly understood by inference in the last scriptural command, “If any man shall add unto these things, God shall add unto him the plagues that are written in this book.”
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Absolute Biblical Truth Opposed by Roman Catholicism

The Lord Jesus Christ promised the Apostles, “when he, the Spirit of truth, is come, he will guide you into all truth.”[1]  “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

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Has the Church of Rome Changed?

Many Evangelicals will tell you, “The Catholic Church has changed.”  This is because the Catholic Church has enticed Evangelicals—calling them “separated brethren” and dialoguing with them as if the Catholic Church respected their beliefs. Quite a number of people who call themselves Evangelical accept as fact that Papal Rome has changed and are willing to work Read More

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Mother Teresa – A Lost Soul?

Dear Friend, If you research the influence of Mother Teresa, you will find that it is worldwide.  In many different languages, you will find books, magazines, articles, DVDs, CDs, and even Concertos made to honor her and to praise her work for humanity.  Some Christian pastors refer to her life as an example of Christian living.  The unique Read More