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The "Spirit of Assisi" Must Be Burned

Many Catholics have been distraught by the radical departure from the basic and elementary message of the Catholic faith which, for 2,000 years, has always presented itself as the single Truth by which mankind will find salvation. 4,688 more words

Refuting limited atonement & refuting universal forgiveness (MBR)

(But first, here’s a quick reference that refutes calvinist’s belief that God ordains man’s sins)
Jeremiah 32.35
And they built the high places of Baal, which are in the valley of the son of Hinnom, to cause their sons and their daughters to pass through the fire unto Molech; … 270 more words

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Magicians, Artists and Scientists.

Magic and the supernatural have been declared nonexistent, artists are called illusionists and scientists are deemed to be incomprehensible monomaniacs who know a lot about little but little about a lot. 236 more words


Massa Damnata Test of Orthodoxy: Can You Say That Many Will Perish?

Ever since the 20th century, the Catholic Church’s Ecumenical movement has effected a massively different outlook on the scene of the world. From the 19th century backwards, Catholics believed that non-Catholics, and especially non-Christians, had no sure hope of attaining eternal life in Jesus Christ. 1,749 more words

Pope Francis: God Wills False Religions?

On the 4th of February 4th of 2019, Pope Francis and Ahmad Al-Tayyeb, the Grand Imam of Al-Azhar Mosque both signed a document on Human Fraternity… 2,886 more words

What Pope Francis Should Say to the Arabs


Thank you so much for the invitation to take part in this inter-faith conference on the Arabian Peninsula, on land sacred to the prophet Mohammed and all those who follow his teachings.  447 more words


Beautiful Music of Universalism: Can I See Another's Woe?

Nineteenth-century Universalists, I learned in seminary, were preoccupied with history. They were on the outside looking in and wanted to be seen as credible by their contemporaries. 2,236 more words

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