PROTESTANT UNDERSTANDING OF SOLA SCRIPTURA Sola Scriptura—A DefinitionBy sola Scriptura Protestants mean that Scripture alone is the primary and absolute source for all doctrine and practice (faith and morals). Sola Scriptura implies several things. First, the Bible is a direct revelation from God. As such, it has divine authority. For what the Bible says, God […]
April 8th, 2009by Christian Research Institute | Type: Standard
The full PDF can be viewed by following the link below the excerpt. WHAT SEPARATES CATHOLICSAND PROTESTANTS? There are many areas of difference between Catholicism and evangelical Protestantism.25 These areas extend to both doctrines and practices, and range from very minor differences to those that can only be considered major points of contention. The following […]
The full PDF is available by following the link below the excerpt. Rome’s Seduction of Evangelical Christianity? There is certainly legitimate room for disagreement among evangelicals as to just how Catholicism should be viewed (though, as previously noted, most scholars would concur in large part with our discussion above). But the approach to Catholicism taken […]
The full PDF can be viewed by following the link below the excerpt. ISCATHOLICISM ACULT? Even with the significant areas of doctrinal agreement between Catholics and Protestants (see Part One), a notable number of Protestant fundamentalists insist that Catholicism is an anti-Christian cult. Organizations and individuals (some of them quite popular) who classify Catholicism as […]
The full PDF can be viewed by following the link below the excerpt. Is the Catholic Church Christian- A BackgroundMy research convinces me that the majority of evangelical Protestant theologians and scholars who are knowledgeable concerning Catholicism would be perplexed to hear Catholicism classified simply as a “non-Christian religion” or an “anti-Christian cult.”1 This perplexity […]
The following is an excerpt from article DC170-1, “What Think Ye of Rome” from the Christian Research Journal. The full PDF can be viewed by clicking the link below the excerpt. Evangelicals and Catholics- A Background In appraising the Roman Catholic faith, we must first identify which Catholic faith we are speaking about, for as […]
The following is an excerpt from article DC170-1, “What Think Ye of Rome?” from the Christian Research Institute. The full PDF can be downloaded by following the link below the excerpt. The American Catholic ChurchJust as Americans in general exhibit a different ethos from the rest of the world, American Catholics have a mindset distinct […]
The following as an excerpt from article DC170-1, “What Think Ye of Rome?” from the Christian Research Journal. The full PDF can be viewed by following the link below the article. Types of Catholics The following varieties of contemporary Catholics should not be understood as exact classifications. Not every Catholic fits neatly into one particular […]
The following is an excerpt from article DC170-1, “What Think Ye of Rome?”, from the Christian Research Journal. The full PDF can be viewed by following the link below the article. Catholicism Today- UNDERSTANDING TODAY’S CATHOLICISM Some of the more striking features of Catholicism include its imposing size, its vast sphere of influence, its unity, […]
This article first appeared in the News Watch column of the Christian Research Journal, volume 22, number 1 (1999). For further information or to subscribe to the Christian Research Journal go to: http://www.equip.org In Mary: A Discussion of Catholic and Protestant Views (Logos Ministries, 1997), Roman Catholic Bible teacher Dr. Bill Creasy writes, “Few topics […]
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