Do you need to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ with your Roman Catholic and Orthodox neighbors and loved ones? If so, why? What are some practical things to consider? Richard Bennett shares many tips based on his extensive experience and love for sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ with all kinds of people, including Catholics and Orthodox.
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
What devout Catholic doesn’t want to be right with God? If you are a Catholic, can you say without a doubt that you are right with God at this very moment? Perhaps you are thinking, “Well, I’m following the teachings of the Church on how to be right with God.” Then would you agree Read More
I had great difficulties as a Catholic priest in listening to evangelists in my fourteen years of searching for the true Gospel. Christian radio programs continually told me the amount of things I had to do to “accept Jesus into my heart.” Christian tracts likewise told me the amount of dedication or commitment I needed Read More
By Richard Bennett 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. This is consistent with the declarations throughout the Old Testament in which the Holy Read More
Every good Catholic wants to please God in this present life and, when life on earth is over, hopes to live with Him forever. It is a noble goal based on personal beliefs about God and how to know Him. However, noble intentions and personal beliefs about God do not guarantee results—or eternal life. I Read More
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. It is of Read More
Scriptural Meaning of Justification The precise import of the term “to justify” is clearly seen in that it is the exact opposite or contrast to the term “to condemn.” “It is God that justifies. Who is he that condemns?” (Romans 8:33-34)1 Condemnation is not a process by which a good man is made bad, but Read More
A side by side comparison chart using the official 1994 catechism of the Catholic Church and the Bible. The chart highlights 8 major topics of concern and shows the contradictions in Roman Catholic teaching. The article is accompanied with a audio explanation by Richard Bennett.