This Roman Catholic Beliefs post features a discussion from Pastor/Teacher John MacArthur and host Al Saunders as they discuss the book, The Ecumenical Jihad. JOHN: Well it disturbs me immensely and from a number of fronts. One, doctrinally the Roman Catholic Church does not teach the truth of Scripture. It does not teach the truth of salvation. … Read more
This Roman Catholic Beliefs post features an article about the physical and sexual abuse of students in Germany. ‘Like hell’: Catholic school teachers abused 500+ students over 50 years in Germany, report says Hundreds of school pupils in the Bavarian town of Regensburg, home to the famous German cathedral choir, suffered from physical and sexual abuse for … Read more
This Roman Catholic Beliefs post features an article about a drug-fueled, gay orgy in Vatican City. Vatican police ‘break up drug-fueled gay orgy at home of secretary of one of Pope Francis’s key advisers’ Raid at flat belonging to the Vatican’s Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith Occupant of flat was allegedly secretary to Cardinal Francesco … Read more
This Roman Catholic Beliefs page features a video testimony from Noreen Aguirre with Godlydreams Ministries. Noreen grew up in a Catholic family and was married as a Catholic. . Related Study: What Does The Word Of God Say To Catholics?
This Roman Catholic Beliefs study features a video called Babylon is Fallen: The first pope of the church of Rome. Was Simon Peter the first pope of the church of Rome? In Acts 8:9-11; 18-20, the apostles met a sorcerer by the name of Simon Magus from Samaria. This is the same Simon Magus who … Read more
This Roman Catholic Beliefs study features a video from MySoulRefuge, explaining why the Roman Pope Francis is not the Holy Father. “And call no man your father upon the earth: for one is your Father, which is in heaven” Matthew 23:9 “For ye have not received the spirit of bondage again to fear; but ye … Read more
This Roman Catholic Beliefs study features a video from MySoulRefuge, regarding Peter being the first Pope. “When Jesus came into the coasts of Caesarea Philippi, he asked his disciples, saying, Whom do men say that I the Son of man am? And they said, Some say that thou art John the Baptist: some, Elias; and … Read more
This Roman Catholic Beliefs study features a video from MySoulRefuge, about a Jewish Rabbi being given a Papal Knighthood. We are truly living in the last, of the last says for sure folks. The Roman Catholic church conferred a Papal Knighthood on a Jewish Rabbi. You can see the melding together of the professional religionists, … Read more