Category Archives: Roman Catholicism

WHY WERE THE REFORMERS BURNED?

http://www.spiritual-research-network.com/why-were-our-reformers-burned-JC-Ryle.html Excerpts… “We should make a note of that fact, and let it sink down into our minds. Rome never changes. She burned our English Reformers 300 years ago. She tried hard to stamp out by violence the Protestantism which … Continue reading

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THE FORGOTTEN BOOK…

You can read it online here.

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MATT MAHER… A Musical Evangelist For Rome

Matt Maher is a popular songwriter and worship leader in the Evangelical world. His music is heard in our Evangelical Protestant churches. You may not recognize his name, but you will probably know his songs. The thing is that he … Continue reading

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PASTORS cont.

What follows are more of our experiences in the modern day institutional church regarding Roman Catholicism. The content of this post is an edited reblog of a post from 2013 under a new title, Pastors cont. It is a continuation … Continue reading

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EASTER

John 4:24 God is a Spirit: and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth. Does it not demean the Name of Jesus, to associate His Name and His resurrection with such things as Easter bunnies, Easter eggs, Easter baskets, … Continue reading

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