Roman Catholicism

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Questions and Answers: Are Apostles & Prophets For Today? Can Christians Lose Their Salvation? Does Water Baptism Save You?

Are there Apostles and Prophets today? What does the Bible teach? Christians lose their salvation? Is water baptism essential to be saved? These are 3 questions that were asked to me through an email which these questions get asked often, and can be stumbling blocks. Does the Bible teach once saved always saved for Christians … Continue reading

Friday Night Apologetics: What is the Gospel? Examining Saved by Faith Alone and Saved by Faith Plus Works

The question of how are we saved is the main Bible doctrine that separates Christianity from cults, religions, traditions of men, legalistic denominations, and if I am saved by faith alone or faith plus works has been a debate in the Christian church since the beginning of the early church. Does the Bible teach we … Continue reading

Christianity Is Being Destroyed: What Are The Top 3 Problems Destroying Christianity?

Christianity is being destroyed by these top 3 problems that most people don’t want to know the truth! Can you trust your religion, your family, your friends, or social media? What are the dangers of social media, problems with Christianity and religions, fake news in politics, and censorship with Christians? What does the Bible teach … Continue reading

Live Classes and Bible Studies on Christian Apologetics & How to Effectively Share the Gospel

What does apologetics mean? Live online classes and Bible studies about Christian apologetics according to 1 Peter 3:15, how to evangelize and effectively witness to those in non-christian cults, nonbelievers, friends, family, etc.  The Greek word in 1 Peter 3:15 for apologetics is apologia which means to give an answer, a reason, a defense for … Continue reading

Roman Catholicism’s Gospel: Is it true or is it false?

Discussing the Roman Catholic Church is a complex subject.  What do Romans Catholics believe? As far as history is concerned Roman Catholicism has always taught the Tri-Unity of God being the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.  Along with the Trinity being consistent the Roman Catholic Church teaches that Jesus is the Christ, the Messiah, the … Continue reading

Audio Podcasts – Teachings on Christian Apologetics and Cults and Movements

We are back online with Audio Podcasts on Christian Apologetics, Cults, and Religious Movements.  We will provide these audio podcasts for people to listen online for free. —>>> Check out what we have online at Berean Perspective Podcasts Our audio podcasts will be on various topics pertaining to the Christian faith and those in opposition to … Continue reading

Email blues with Patrick Madrid from the Open Line Show through EWTN Catholic Radio Station

I would like to share a story with you.  See, over the last 20 years I have been a studious researcher in various areas of Christianity, Theology, Cults, and Religions.  I really do not want to toot my own horn but sometimes you need to say things as they need to be said, despite those … Continue reading

Is Mary essential for salvation? A reply to Patrick Madrid from the Open Line show EWTN Catholic Radio

I would like to give a brief introduction on why I am writing this blog so that those of you whom read this can understand where I am coming from.  I have been listening to a show for some time while now called the “Open Line”, which is a sponsored program through the EWTN. (Eternal … Continue reading

Sacraments in the Roman Catholic Church: Official Doctrines, Catechism of the Roman Catholic Church

Below are quotes on the sacraments from the Catechism of the Roman Catholic Church.  These pertain to sacraments and obedience to doing them for salvation.  The numbers indicate the section where these quotes can be found in the Catechism of the Roman Catholic Church.  The Catechism of the Roman Catholic Church contains official doctrines of … Continue reading

Salvation: in the Roman Catholic Church and for Non-Catholics

Below are quotes on salvation from the Catechism of the Roman Catholic Church.  These pertain to Salvation within the Catholic Church and for non-Catholics as official doctrine.  The numbers indicate the section where these quotes can be found in the Catechism of the Roman Catholic Church.  The Catechism of the Roman Catholic Church contains official … Continue reading

Purgatory: What it is and Why People Go There

Below are quotes on Purgatory from the Catechism of the Roman Catholic Church, and the Catholic Encyclopedia.  These pertain to the doctrine of Purgatory and what it is.  The numbers indicate the section where these quotes can be found in the Catechism of the Roman Catholic Church.  The Catechism of the Roman Catholic Church contains … Continue reading

Mary Mother Of God, Blessed Virgin Mary, Mediatrix

Quotes on Mary Mother of God, Blessed Virgin Mary, Mediatrix, Queen of heaven, and other things on what Roman Catholics believe. These pertain to Mary within the Roman Catholic Church as official doctrine.  The numbers indicate the section where these quotes can be found in the Catechism of the Roman Catholic Church.  The Catechism of the … Continue reading

Church Authority: Popes, Fathers, Bishops and Magisterium

Below are quotes on Popes, Fathers, Bishops and Magisterium from the Catechism of the Roman Catholic Church.  These pertain to the Popes authority and how the Roman Catholic Church teaches official doctrine.  The numbers indicate the section where these quotes can be found in the Catechism of the Roman Catholic Church.  The Catechism of the … Continue reading

Does John 6:53-57 support the Roman Catholic teaching on the Eucharist?

– by Tim Colletti One of the many disagreements between Protestants and Roman Catholics is on the subject of the Lord’s Supper (referred to as the Eucharist by the Roman Catholics). In this article, I will be discussing what the differences are between these two views, why the Roman Catholic Church believes what they believe … Continue reading

What do Roman Catholics Believe About: Popes, Salvation, Mary, Sacraments, Purgatory, Tradition

What do Roman Catholics believe about the Pope or Popes?  Roman Catholics believe that the Pope is head over the Church in all authority and power, and is infallible when it comes to doctrine.  The following are quotes from the Catechism of the Catholic Church on Pope authority, power, Tradition, and infallibility. #882 The Pope, Bishop … Continue reading

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