Reaching Roman Catholics with the Love of Christ


Reaching Catholics with the Lords love. This topic was presented by Richard Bennett during a evangelistic outreach in the town hall of Stornoway, Scotland on the Isle of Lewis. The Message expresses his deepest desire to give the correct Gospel message to precious Catholic people.

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.
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The Absolute Basis of Truth: The Bible or Roman Catholic Authority?

by Richard M. Bennett The basis of truth, according to the Bible, must be an absolute standard. Statement:  All believers acknowledge that there must be an absolute measure by which a thing may be judged to be truth or false.  In times past, that standard was called “the rule of faith” or “the basis of truth”, meaning the Read More

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.

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.