The Roman Catholic Church in recent days has been rocked, shocked, and mocked by the irresponsible comments of Pope Francis. It may be that the impact is as profound as in 1378 when there were two “legitimate” competing popes, one in Rome and one in Avignon, France. Known as the Western Schism, the split lasted […]Continue Reading →
Posts Tagged Reformation
The radical revolutionaries in the BLM movement are a greater threat to freedom than the Communist threat of the Cold War. That is true because they may not have missiles, but they do have committed youth with a perceived cause (racial injustice) and the financial support of old, Marxist, almost dead white men. Thinking people […]Continue Reading →
A generation ago, it was common for hospitals, jails, schools, and other institutions to have a place on their forms for a person to state their Religion–Protestant, Catholic, or Jewish. However, there was no Baptist designation. Many will say that Baptists are like Methodists, Assembly of God, etc., just another Protestant group; but that is […]Continue Reading →
This year is the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation and even Pope Francis is excited about it; although some Catholics think it is rather strange that he would celebrate the catastrophic split in their group. The Roman Catholic Church has received major body blows yet still survives. The early conflicts with the Greek Orthodox […]Continue Reading →
I have love and respect for Roman Catholics but disagreement, disdain, and distrust for the Roman system. Their leaders arrogantly declare, contrary to historians, that they are the true church and the rest of us are schismatics and we must return to the “mother church.” But then many of us were never a part of […]Continue Reading →
It’s Time for the Roman Catholic Church to Apologize for the Council of Trent and Rescind all Curses Against Non-Catholics!
The world has a new Pope; the Roman Church hierarchy has a new boss; and the papacy has a new ruler and occupant of “the throne of Peter” which brings gladness to the hearts of one billion of Roman Catholics; however, it is an historical fact that there was no pope until hundreds of years […]Continue Reading →