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The Potter's Clay

Scripture, Theology, the Christian worldview, and other ramblings.

05 April 2005

Alpha & Omega Ministries on Roman Catholicism

Over at AOMin, James White has been commenting on the recent death of the Pope, and the fallout from it. I appreciate White's perspective on Roman Catholicism. The gospel that Rome promulgates does not save, and the differences between Rome and Protestantism must remain. Unfortuantely, most "evangelicals" just don't get it this point, and they continue to laud the Pope as a great ambassador for the Gospel. Really? Does the Gospel include ardent worship of the Virgin Mary (read: idol worship)? Does the Gospel include pulling Christ off his throne each time the Mass is performed, in effect sacrificing Him all over again? More could be said for sure. As for me, I want nothing to do with Rome, they can have their idols...

For more, check out AOMin's material on Roman Catholicism here



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