But even if you should suffer for the sake of righteousness, you are blessed. And do not fear their intimidation, and do not be troubled, but sanctify Christ as Lord in your hearts, always being ready to make a defense to everyone who asks you to give an account for the hope that is in you yet with gentleness and reverence; and keep a good conscience so that in the thing in which you are slandered, those who revile your good behavior in Christ will be put to shame.  1 Peter 3: 14-16

The Vatican's obsession with pagan idols and statues of goddesses is causing a growing controversy among Catholic clergy. Carved images of a naked pregnant Amazonian woman became symbols of controversy during the recent Amazon Synod of Catholic bishops. A video of the ceremony shows Francis...

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Saturday, 26 October 2019 22:14

Great is God's Faithfulness

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“The Lord’s steadfast love indeed never ceases, for His compassions never fail. They are new every morning; Great is Your faithfulness” (Lamentations 3:22-2). Jane and I recently had the privilege of being a part of the 25th anniversary celebration of God’s faithfulness to...

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Friday, 30 August 2019 10:02

So Great a Salvation

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The writer of Hebrews asks the question, "How will we escape if we neglect so great a salvation?" (Heb. 2:3). The prevailing question about this verse has always been, "Why are there so many who neglect so great a salvation?" Why are people so unconcerned about their eternal destiny? Are they too...

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Pope Francis has been successfully executing the Vatican's well-defined strategy to create a one world religion. Now he is using his global influence and power to establish a one world government. During a speech on May 8th before the members of the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences. Pope...

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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.

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Wednesday, 17 April 2019 01:26

The Burning of Notre Dame

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image While it was tragic for the people of France to have lost a National Symbol, I could not help but reflect on what the Notre Dame Cathedral actually represents. For over 800 years it has been a place where Roman Catholic priests have committed the most serious sin of idolatry by lifting up a wafer...

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The growing trend in the 21st century church is to suppress doctrinal differences for the sake of unity. Many are saying that we should avoid doctrine because it is divisive. Instead, we supposedly need to focus on just loving Jesus and seek unity with all Christians; but which Jesus? Paul warned...

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The pope and the grand imam of al-Azhar have signed a historic declaration calling for peace between nations, religions and races. There was a concerted effort to make sure all the religions of the world were represented at the gathering. The grand Inman, considered to be the most important imam in...

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Roman Catholics are utterly dependent upon their priests to dispense salvation through sacraments. Their salvation can be lost by mortal sin and regained through the sacraments of penance and the sacrifice of the Mass. Even after death, Catholics still rely on their priests to make Eucharistic sin offerings to get them out of purgatory. No one can...

Wednesday, 20 July 2016 10:06

Catholic Clergy and the Judaizers Featured

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The Roman Catholic clergy and the Judaizers, in the book of Galatians, uphold some fundamental doctrines of the Christian faith: the deity of Christ, the Trinity, the virgin birth, bodily resurrection and return of Christ to judge the living and the dead. However, both deny the sufficiency of Jesus Christ by adding requirements for salvation. The...

Friday, 15 July 2016 08:53

Why Do People Reject the Gospel? Featured

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It is the greatest news that any convicted sinner could ever hear! A full pardon for sin is offered by a holy and righteous God who cannot let sins go unpunished (Ex. 34:7). The pardon is offered because of a love story, written in blood, on a wooden cross, 2000 years ago. It is free because the Lord Jesus Christ cancelled the eternal debt to...

Sunday, 10 July 2016 08:15

The One True Church

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The true church of Jesus Christ is made up of all who were born again of the Spirit of God (1 Cor. 12:13). They have all obeyed the first command of Christ by repenting and believing His Gospel (Mark 1:15). The “true church" is the one which has continued the teachings and traditions of the first century church. Its growth, doctrine and...

Roman Catholicism teaches that faith plus works are necessary for justification and dares to condemn anyone who believes justification is by faith alone. Yet the Word of God declares any righteous deeds are like a polluted garment (Isa. 64:6). Why? Because those doing the works are still dead in their sins and children of wrath (Eph. 2:1-3). Those...

The Lord Jesus Christ was immersed in the wrath of a sin-avenging God so that divine justice could be appeased for all who trust Him alone. He bore the sins of His people so that forgiveness of sins and eternal life could be offered as a gift of His grace by faith. He died once for all sin for all time, there are no more offerings for sin (Heb....

In case you haven't noticed, there is a vicious battle going on for the souls of men. Christians who are AWOL need to report back to the Commander in Chief immediately. Every Christian needs to know that they are an important part of the Lord’s army. They must be ready and willing to fight the good fight of faith (1 Tim. 6:12). Let us all...

Catholics say we would not have the Bible if it were not for the Catholic Church who gave us the canon. We must inform them that the canon was determined by God and discovered by man. The church did not create the canon, it simply recognized the letters that were already accepted as Scripture by the first century church. We have proof that letters...

God's Word exhorts us to test every spirit,to examine the fruit of every teacher and to test the veracity of every man's teaching (1 John 4:1; Mat. 7 15; Acts 17:11). He also gives us His Word as the infallible standard for knowing truth and exposing error.

As the Cardinals gather in Rome to elect...

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The Reformation's beginning is often credited to Martin Luther for nailing his 95 Theses to the church door in Wittenberg in response to the unbiblical Roman Catholic practice of selling indulgences. While Luther was one of many throughought history who recognized Rome's unbiblical teachings (i.e....

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Thursday, 07 March 2013 01:57

You Must Be Born Again

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The Lord Jesus Christ said we must be born again to enter or see the Kingdom of God. In Roman Catholic theology, Catholics must do things to be born again. God's Word says those who receive Jesus by faith were born, not of blood nor of the will of the flesh nor of the will of man, but of God. Only...

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Roman Catholicism teaches that the original apostles ordained bishops as their successors and handed down the power of teaching, sanctifying, and ruling. Now, 2000 years later, they claim to have sole authority over Christ's church with their appointed bishops, the chief of which is the pope. It is...

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Whenever I meet Roman Catholics, I ask them if they were born into the religion or if they choose it. Almost always they say they were born a Catholic.

I then ask, "Have you ever examined your faith with the Bible to see if it is true saving faith?" Almost always the answer is, "No." coupled with...

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The attraction and loyalty to religion is that it appeals to the flesh. Religious rituals can be performed, assessed, praised, and seen before others.

Roman Catholicism offers a vast array of rituals that many are drawn to in their attempt to satisfy their flesh. One can both worship and receive...

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Purgatory has long been central to Roman Catholic theology. The Catechism defines purgatory as "A state of final purification after death and before entrance into heaven for those who died in God's friendship, but were only imperfectly purified; a final cleansing of human imperfection before one is...

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Often many Christians are convinced they know a few Catholics who are saved. Such Catholic individuals seem like good people, they have some familiarity with scripture, and they appear fearful of God.

This however is a very precarious position for one to be in because one that claims to be a...

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Friday, 22 February 2013 01:35

What is a Scapular?

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A scapular (Latin for "shoulders") is a piece of cloth that monks wear over their shoulders. It is supposed to be representative of the gentle yoke of Christ.

It has long been believed that the scapulars themselves provided the wearers with God's protection. In the 13th century an English Carmelite...

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