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Catholicism’s Conundrum

  • November 17, 2019

Catholicism’s Conundrum By Terry James Let me start by saying I have family and friends who are Catholics. I believe most of these I love and know well are genuine believers –that is—they Know Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord. But these are “in Christ” in spite of their Catholic…

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Taste and See – Part 2

  • September 7, 2019

Taste and See - Part 2 By Dave Hunt Last month we noted David’s enthusiastic exhortation, “O taste and see that the LORD is good: blessed is the man that trusteth in him” (Ps 34:8). When David wrote this psalm, he was a fugitive from King Saul, who was searching…

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Taste and See – Part 1

  • September 7, 2019

Taste and See - Part 1 By Dave Hunt We have discussed in the past the deadly religious materialism known as sacramentalism: the belief that material things and rituals channel God’s grace and spiritual power to men. Such is the serious error of “transubstantiation,” the idea that the Roman Catholic…

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Catholicism – Christian? Or Cultic?

  • September 6, 2019

Catholicism — Christian? Or Cultic? By Dave Hunt "Join me today in fasting and prayer for the 115 Cardinals seeking God's Will in a new leader." —Rick Warren, Twitter, 03/12/13 The evangelical church today is being seduced as never in its history. It faces a danger so grave that, although…

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The Profound Contrast Between Two Catholic Popes

  • June 1, 2019

The Profound Contrast Between Two Catholic Popes By Mike Gendron Notice the profound disparity between the teachings of two men Roman Catholics call their popes. We must encourage Catholics to believe the infallible, inspired words of Peter and reject the fallible, unispired opinons of Francis. The Apostle Peter - an…

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Catholicism And the Word Of God

  • May 17, 2019

Catholicism And the Word Of God By Geri Ungurean After I was born-again from above, I was approached by a Catholic woman who had heard about my conversion. Actually, I don’t call it a conversion. I am Jewish, and when the Lord saved me, I became a completed Jew. Anyway,…

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It Is Finished – Three Words Catholics Do Not Understand

  • February 24, 2019

It Is Finished - Three Words Catholics Do Not Understand By Mike Gendron The perfect, all-sufficient sacrifice of Christ that satisfied divine justice for all believers was accomplished 2000 years ago. Jesus cried out in victory - "It is finished." The work of salvation is done. The eternal debt for…

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Roman Catholicism: The One True Church?

  • February 23, 2019

Roman Catholicism: The One True Church? By Steve Meehan For years, growing up as a Roman Catholic, we were taught that we were members of the one true Church. It was impressed upon us regularly by the parish priest during Mass, while giving his homily; by the nuns all throughout…

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The Rock

  • February 10, 2019

The Rock By Stephen Meehan Webster's dictionary defines the word rock as: a large mass of stone forming a cliff, promontory, or peak; a concreted mass of stony material; consolidated or unconsolidated solid mineral matter; and, something like a rock in firmness. The word conveys images of strength, something solid…

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