Response To A Lying Catholic Who Can’t Read Pt. 3 We will look at part 3 of this series today. For the background to these responses, please see the first article in our series of responses to newlin83. As usual, my comments are in bold. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Christ came to fulfill the law, not to abolish … Continue reading Response To A Lying Catholic Who Can’t Read Pt. 3
Response To A Lying Catholic Who Can’t Read Pt. 1 The latest joker that has been lurking around this blog is an old timey Cat-o-holic. He has a hard time with reading comprehension. I always tell people like that to get professional assistance before taking prescription medications because the proper dosage depends on reading skills … Continue reading Response To A Lying Catholic Who Can’t Read Pt. 1
One of the many charges flung by Roman Catholic fools against a Bible Believer is that we follow a "Paper Pope". Their immediate intent is always somewhat unclear. Maybe they are trying to make us seems more alike to them, ie. "We both have popes". Or maybe they are trying to imply that somehow a … Continue reading Which is Better? A Paper Pope or a Wicked, Murdering, Hypocritical, Christ Rejecting, Roman Pope Who Worships a Female Demon?
The Romans Catholics add extra books to the Old Testament. They are: 1 Esdras (Vulgate 3 Esdras) 2 Esdras (Vulgate 4 Esdras) Tobit Judith ("Judeth" in Geneva) Rest of Esther (Vulgate Esther 10:4 – 16:24) Wisdom Ecclesiasticus (also known as Sirach) Baruch and the Epistle of Jeremy ("Jeremiah" in Geneva) (all part of Vulgate Baruch) … Continue reading The Roman Catholic Apocrypha
Roman Catholic #1 Tradition: The RCC will prefer tradition to the Bible. Mark 7:7-13 - It’s vain and it makes the word of God of none effect. Col 2:8 - It can “spoil” you. Like a city getting destroyed. Mary: The RCC treats Mary like a member of the Godhead. Matt 2:11,13,20,21 - Mary … Continue reading Visitation Notes for dealing with Roman Catholics #1
I truly enjoy critiquing other people's critiques. I probably enjoy it a little too much. Gott hilf mir. Today we will look at a paper by George Lujack. This man is a New Yorker, who follows Messianic Judaism although he does not go so far as to reject the Apostle Paul. Given enough time, either … Continue reading A Critique of George Lujack’s Critique of the King James Only Position
The following paragraph comes from this article... http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2017/oct/26/martin-luthers-reformation-anniversary-stirs-germa/ "Many Germans embraced the newcomers, but others in the nation’s economically weak, culturally homogenous East feared the influx of Muslims would strike at the heart of the German identity. It was a paradox: Many feared a too-Christian attitude toward the stranger and the refugee could put into … Continue reading Is Germany a Christian Nation?
I've been doing some reading on the 17th Century Atheistic (or pantheistic or agnostic...) Jewish-Dutch philosopher Baruch Spinoza. This man became the first philosopher after the Reformation to openly state the principles of the modern "science" of Biblical Criticism. Many writers and historians credit Spinoza as the founder of the "science" of Biblical Criticism. He … Continue reading Baruch Spinoza
Look at this statement from a Catholic dinner event for the presidential candidates... "We can also agree on the need to stand up to anti-Catholic bias." Trump said that. One of the mysteries of the New Testament, that we are to be good stewards of, is the mystery of MYSTERY BABYLON. Folks, … Continue reading Trump is controlled by the Pope