Debating Roman Catholicism

For those who haven’t been to the Hall recent­ly or at all and have an inter­est in apolo­get­ics, par­tic­u­lar­ly against the dog­mas of the Roman Catholic Church, be sure to check out the fol­low­ing debates. There is a grow­ing amount of infor­ma­tion con­tained with­in them which any Bible-believ­er is sure to ben­e­fit from!

  • Mary, the Wife of Joseph — For all things Marian!
  • Once Saved Always Saved? — no, we hope for sal­va­tion — Roman Catholi­cism teach­es that sal­va­tion is not absolute­ly per­ma­nent and com­plete in this world. But, is it right?
  • Roman Catholi­cism & the Mus­lims — The Cat­e­chism teach­es that Allah is God (or at least is very close to being God). Find out more about this betray­al of Bible truth!
  • Tra­di­tions — A very fresh thread con­cern­ing the tra­di­tions men­tioned in the New Tes­ta­ment with those held firm by the Roman Catholics.
  • Papal Infal­li­bil­i­ty — Does the Bible sup­port that Peter and his sup­posed suc­ces­sors are capa­ble of speak­ing infal­li­bly, or was Peter’s infal­li­bil­i­ty lim­it­ed to the times when he was moved by the Holy Ghost to pen the epis­tles which bear his name?
  • Catholic and Chris­t­ian — The thread that start­ed it all. A gen­er­al discussion.
  • Sal­va­tion vs. Sacra­men­tal Works — Roman Catholi­cism teach­es that either you obey the pre­cepts it sets forth–such as the sacraments–of you will die damned. But, what does the Bible say about salvation?
  • Tran­sub­stan­ti­a­tion — The Mass is the Roman Catholic dis­tor­tion of a beau­ti­ful bib­li­cal remem­brance meal. Learn more about it in this thread.

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Rick Beckman