December 23, 2007

Roman Catholicism Versus The Bible. As Always, Bible Wins! (*Updated*)

by @ 12:22 am. Filed under The Truth Shall Set you Free!

Here are 2 parts of a 5 part video series on Bible Doctrine vs Catholic Tradition. If the other 3 parts are ever made available I’ll post them later. The 3rd video is related and like the first 2 speaks for its self.

Bible Doctrine vs Catholic Tradition Part1










Bible Doctrine vs Catholic Tradition Part2







Roman Catholicsm Exposed


Lord willing, these may help someone move from false doctrine, others should see this as a warning of things to avoid.

Please view all 3 videos before making comments.

update 12/24/2007 12:30AM: Here is Part 3 of the Roman Catholicism Versus The Bible videos.

Bible Doctrine vs Catholic Tradition Part3

update 12/24/2007 12:45AM: Part 4.

Bible Doctrine vs Catholic Tradition Part4

update 12/24/2007 1:00AM: Part 5, the final part.

Bible Doctrine vs Catholic Tradition Part5

Know the truth and be free, John 8:31-32.

(As always, efforts to promote the cult of Mary are not allowed in comments here, 2 John 1:10-11)

5 Responses to “Roman Catholicism Versus The Bible. As Always, Bible Wins! (*Updated*)”

  1. GaryV Says:

    As a former Roman Catholic, I have an incredibly low tolerance for Poop from the Pope. False Anti-Christ leader,false Anti Christ system, False Christ, False worship of idols, false worship of a woman used of God who was just a sinner like the rest of us. Babylon Lives.

  2. IndependentConservative Says:

    You know GaryV, I read some of the Catholic Catechism and I was just like ➡ 😯

    The thing is loaded with ➡ 👿

  3. mjones Says:

    I was Catholic.  My brother still is.  In fact, he’s a deacon at his local chapter.  Discussing the Bible with him is worse than talking to a JW.  When we get to the very clear spots (Eph 2:6 – 10 type places) he slips into a "this is what the Church says this means" kind of a mindset.  It’s quite maddening. 

    While I am not willing to say that none of the people in the CC are saved, I will maintain that it is awfully difficult to be anything close to a consistent Christian following even a small percentage of the CC doctrine.  If someone IS a Christian, it happened despite the teachings and not because of them.  But hey, Luther was Catholic.

  4. GaryV Says:

    Mel, my family is rife with nuns………..I call them Penguins of Perdition, with their little black and white costumes.

  5. art123 Says:

    I agree that Roman Catholics are one of the most difficult people to deal with.  I once invited a former roommate, a Catholic and her boyfriend to my church and she wasn’t having it. I visited only two Catholic churces in my lifetime. A Black Catholic church in my neighborhood that a friend once invited me to.  It had a little Baptist feel to it and another on at the St Patricks Cathedral in NY when Cardinal O’Connor was alive and he invited people of all faiths to come to either Easter Sunday mass or Palm Sunday mass.  I hated the idea of constantly bending down so they can say their Hail Marys.

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