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British and the Popery By Fazila Derya Agis
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Anti-Catholic sentiments and revolts in Britain had three main reasons: 1) “political distrust,” 2) “theological disagreement,” and 3) “popular fear” (Haydon,... More > 1993: 3). This study will analyze those reasons in details and will demonstrate the links between these reasons and the Gordon Riots.< Less
Roman Catholicism The Pagan Connection By Moreno Dal Bello
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The world is convinced that Roman Catholicism is Christianity. Yet when one examines the Bible—even the Roman Catholic Bible—one soon discovers the obvious difference, and the many... More > distinct contradictions that exist between Roman Catholicism and true Biblical Christianity. This difference reveals Roman Catholicism as nothing but old paganism clothed in a Christian veneer. This book will prove that Roman Catholicism has sustained the traditions, teachings, rites and practices of some of the darkest elements of satanically inspired paganism!< Less
Reformation Lectures 2007 - 2008 By SRS Lewis
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Four brief lectures on subjects relating to the Scottish Reformation - Martyrs, The Confession, The Mass and John Knox
Mary By Moreno Dal Bello
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The Roman Catechism states that not only was Jesus free of sin but that Mary, too, was "...conceived and born free from original sin..." "(Roman) Catholic theology understands... More > Mary’s role in redemption to be directly related to her status as the mother of God. "(Pope) Pius IX stated: ‘The most blessed Virgin, conceived without original sin, was chosen to be the Mother of God so that she might be made an associate in the Redemption of mankind.’" Pope Benedict XV also held that Mary "...herself may justly be said to have redeemed together with Christ the human race." Rather than go directly to the Lord Jesus, as the Roman Bible teaches, Roman Catholics are told to go to Mary, who will act as intercessor between them and the Lord Jesus Christ. From the Papal encyclical of 1897, we read the proclamation: "As no man goes to the Father except by the Son, so no man goes to the Son except by His Mother."< Less
Confession By Moreno Dal Bello
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The Baltimore Catechism defines confession as simply "...the telling of our sins to an authorized priest for the purpose of obtaining forgiveness." Another of Rome’s Catechisms states... More > that "Sins are forgiven by the power of God, which Jesus Christ has given to the priests of His Church." The French Catechism goes even further in its description of confession, claiming that "One must receive absolution in feelings of total humility, considering the confessor (the priest), as Jesus Christ Himself whose place he takes." It is taught that the confession of one’s sins to a priest, one of 6 commandments decreed by the Roman Catholic Church, should be made at least once a year. "In the Roman system the priest constantly comes between the sinner and God. In...the New Catechism No. 1, with imprimatur by Cardinal Francis Spellman, of New York, we read: ‘You must tell your sins to the priest to have them forgiven.’ And again, ‘Confession is telling your sins to the priest to obtain forgiveness.’"< Less
Salvation: by Rome or by Grace? By Moreno Dal Bello
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Salvation is the most vital issue in any person’s life. What you believe about the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ, which is the power of God unto salvation, will have eternal consequences. The... More > Roman Catholic Church teaches that salvation is attainable by grace and good works; by obedience to the laws of God and to the laws of Roman Catholicism. Rome also teaches that there is no salvation outside of the Roman Catholic Church. Conversely, the Roman Catholic Bible states clearly that there is no salvation for those outside the Lord Jesus Christ, for those who do not abide in His Gospel. The Roman Catholic Church insists that, "If anyone shall say that justifying faith is nothing else than faith in the Divine compassion forgiving our sins for the sake of Christ, or that this faith alone is that by which we are justified, let him be anathema (accursed)."< Less
THE MASS By Moreno Dal Bello
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Roman Catholicism teaches that, in the Mass, Jesus Christ repeatedly offers Himself for the salvation of the world. The Council of Trent has proclaimed this ‘sacrifice’ as... More > "...identical with the sacrifice of the Cross, inasmuch as Jesus Christ is a priest and Victim both. The only difference lies in the manner of offering, which is bloody on the cross and bloodless on our altars." The Roman Catholic Catechism explains that the whole reason for attending Mass is "...to offer sacrifice to God." Cardinal Francis J. Spellman says: “The Sacrifice of the Mass forms a pivot on which all else turns. If it is what Catholics believe it is, then here is the greatest external manifestation of the love of God for man, and the most magnificent testimonial to the validity of Catholicism; but if it is false, it is the worst farce and blasphemy ever perpetrated upon God or man, and the catholic faith collapses into nothingness.”< Less
Purgatory By Moreno Dal Bello
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"In every system...except that of the Bible, the doctrine of a purgatory after death, and prayers for the dead, has always been found to occupy a place. Go wherever we may, in ancient or modern... More > times, we shall find that paganism leaves hope after death for sinners..." According to the Roman Catholic Catechism, issued with episcopal authority on the occasion of the 4th Plenary Council in 1937, purgatory is "...a place or state of punishment in the next life where some souls have to suffer for a time, because they are not yet fit to go to heaven." The Roman Catholic Church teaches that purgatorial sufferings vary greatly in intensity according to the degree of sinfulness on the part of the sinner. For some the torment will be light and mild, lasting perhaps a few hours. For others, however, the pain is no less than that of hell and can last for several thousand years.< Less
The Rosary By Moreno Dal Bello
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The Roman Catholic Church herself has acknowledged that the Rosary did not come into general use until the 13th century, and the practice was not officially sanctioned by the Roman Church until after... More > the Protestant Reformation in the 16th century. Buddhists and Muslims had been using a device for counting prayers similar to the rosary centuries before the Rosary was introduced to Roman Catholics. According to unchallengeable historical fact, the rosary is a device which originated in Paganism, and is commonly found throughout the many and varied religions of the world. Clearly, the concept of prayer beads or prayer counters had been in use for centuries, long before the Roman Catholic Church decided to continue this popular pagan tradition, furnishing it with a Christian veneer. The Roman Catholic Church-approved Catholic Encyclopedia states: "In almost all countries, then, we meet with something in the nature of prayer counters or rosary-beads.”< Less
Reformation Lectures 2007 - 2008 By SRS Lewis
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Four brief lectures on subjects relating to the Scottish Reformation - Martyrs, The Confession, The Mass and John Knox

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