Tag Archives: roman catholicism

1,142 New Ways to Go to Heaven

February 13, 2016

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I’m a little short on time today and so can only offer you a brief post.  Another reason for the brevity is that sometimes you just look at something in dismay and say “Wow, I’m speechless”.  If you haven’t heard, this week Pope Francis appointed what are being called “super-confessors”.  These men are priests who […]

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Yes – There is Difference!

December 26, 2014

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This past Monday (December 22,2014) Pope Francis said these words in an opening prayer at the Feast of Immaculate Conception celebration: – “Oh Mary, our mother, today the people of God in celebration venerates you, the immaculate, preserved from the contagion of sin from the beginning, accept the gift I offer on behalf of the […]

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Analysis of Rick Warren’s Latest Message

November 30, 2014

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Below is a short video addressing Rick Warren’s latest message, that being the commonality found between protestant Christians and those adhering to Roman Catholic beliefs.  This movement, the drawing together of all who call themselves Christian, is just taking off.  While the message that “we’re all the same” may sound logical, reasonable and even peaceful […]

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Is Your Church Headed to Rome?

October 6, 2013

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I recently read this great article over at Possessing the Treasure and was struck by how thoroughly it assessed the current state of the American Church.  I know that often many visitors to this blog are in “browse mode” meaning they are looking for short info-bites regarding Christianity rather than long and thoughtful presentations, but […]

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Just Tweet Those Sins Away!

July 20, 2013

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Throughout all of Scripture, it’s made extremely clear that when sins are committed, our just God and Judge must hand down punishment.  After all, if He pardons the guilty, then He isn’t a just judge.  His uncompromising justice is made clear in several passages, including this one: Acquitting the guilty and condemning the innocent — […]

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Sitting on HIS Throne

July 5, 2013

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An article I saw this morning got me thinking about how common it is in these modern times for men to claim divine prerogative.  That is, they make decisions and laws that are to be made by God alone and then think nothing of it.  There is a point to my rambling thoughts regarding this […]

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Examining the Infallibility of the First Pope

November 5, 2012

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Below is a portion of Matthew chapter sixteen.  The first segment of this passage is the one typically used by the Roman Catholic church to promote their belief that Jesus established Peter as the cornerstone and earthly head of the church (the first Pope).  I thought that perhaps a quick look at this whole idea might […]

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According to Roman Catholics, Exactly Who is to Pay for Sin?

August 2, 2012

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So does the Roman Catholic Church still teach that if we donate money, the money will be go towards the payment of sins?  Yes, they do!  This is an old teaching, and the same one that set off the Protestant Reformation.  But if you thought something this heretical and blasphemous was long since abandon, think […]

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Beth Moore’s Blurry Hindsight

July 4, 2010

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One of the more well-read posts here at ChurchSalt was a recent post regarding Beth Moore (click HERE to read).  From that article and others I have found that it is an extremely unpopular thing to question the teachings of nice people.  Rick Warren is a nice guy, why would I scrutinize his teachings so much?  Joel Osteen […]

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Rome…for those who just gotta have a goddess!

February 25, 2010

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The article linked HERE  is absolutely amazing (in a bad way).  The new doctrinal statements and clarifications being considered by the Roman Catholic church are so incredibly un-Biblical, heretical and in outright defiance of the Word of God that I truly wouldn’t know where to start in giving a Biblical refutation.  Now the real question….are […]

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