Friday, July 13, 2007

The ABC's of Catholicism

Former 22-year Roman Catholic priest Richard Bennett of The Berean Beacon compares "The New Catechism" of The Roman Catholic Church and the Bible.

In his 2000 article, Biblical Unity or Papal Conformity? Bennett describes the difference between True and False ecumenism...

"On the other hand, false ecumenism, typically institutionalized, is the joining together for common causes of professing Christian groups, when in fact one or more of the parties involved are unconverted. While purporting to confess the Lord Jesus Christ according to the Scriptures, for the most part the five biblical principles that display the basis of true unity in the Lord are compromised. The extent to which these principles are not upheld usually shows the inclination of the church or group to submit to Rome."

Visit Richard Bennett's Catholics Welcomed Here.

See related article: Conceited Compromisers in the Apostate Church of Rome and their Deceitful “Dialogue”

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