Anti-Catholic Whoppers There isn’t enough computer memory to detail the volume of anti-Catholic whoppers floating around in non-Catholic circles. So I cannot – although I would like to – refute all of them. For this article, I will just stand against one: that the Catholic Church is the Harlot of Babylon. There is much conjecture […]
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Once Saved Always Saved?
Belief in Jesus and living a Christian life are both essential for salvation. The “once saved, always saved” or unconditional eternal security was not a doctrine that was taught by the ancient church, nor for that manner, by any well-known theologian before John Calvin. This doctrine is, in fact, completely foreign in the history […]
Most of the fundamentalist arm of the Protestant church believes in the doctrine of Eternal Security. This means that at a certain point in his life, a person realizes that God is real, confesses that he is a sinner, admits his need for a savior, accepts Jesus Christ as his personal lord and savior, and […]