What Happens When Rome Abandoned Scripture

In this video one Roman Catholic (Marc Barnes), is speaking against women receiving ordination. He is arguing against three other people in favor of women ordination. He can't stand on Scripture and therefore he has given his opponent a foothold that is apparently growing among Romanists. Women Ordination in Rome     Francis DeBernardo @NewWaysMinistry (Mount Rainier, MD) Executive Director … Continue reading What Happens When Rome Abandoned Scripture

Why C.S. Lewis Was Not Roman Catholic

In (The Collected Letters of C.S. Lewis, Volume II, pp. 645-647) Lewis was asked: "I would not dare ask you to write to me what you consider to be the arguments which throw the decision to the Anglican and against the Roman Catholic Church. But I do dare ask you if you would do me the … Continue reading Why C.S. Lewis Was Not Roman Catholic

Sola Scriptura and 2 Thessalonians 2:15

It needs to be re-stated first that the Protestant doctrine of sola Scriptura has been built on the basis of Scripture alone. I think it is in some ways engaging and maybe it’s a rhetorical device to say “Can you prove it from Scripture alone?” This has always been the Protestant position and never been … Continue reading Sola Scriptura and 2 Thessalonians 2:15

Not Mary but the Word of God

Here a woman tries to give "adoration" to Mary. The Response of Jesus is our response. Don't adore her, adore God. We see how Jesus interjects this attempt to give glory and honor to someone other than God. Jesus says rather than Mary being blessed; blessed are those who hear God's word and do it. … Continue reading Not Mary but the Word of God

What are the “keys of the Kingdom”?

Matt 16:18-19 And I tell you,  you are Peter, and  on this rock  I will build my church, and  the gates of  hell  shall not prevail against it. I will give you  the keys of the kingdom of heaven, and  whatever you bind on earth shall be bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on … Continue reading What are the “keys of the Kingdom”?