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Purgatory: Purifying Fire or False Doctrine Fable

As an EX-Roman Catholic (see About GWT) who was taught, consequently fully believed in, the doctrine of Purgatory, the following article accurately defines Purgatory as that of which makes the Roman Catholic Church system work effectively.

Catholics who believe a purifying fire will purge away their sins are deluded victims of a fatal fabrication. The invention of a place for purification of sins called Purgatory is one of the most seductive attractions of the Roman Catholic religion. Pastor John MacArthur of Grace Community Church described this deceptive hoax brilliantly. He said: “Purgatory is what makes the whole system work. Take out Purgatory and it’s a hard sell to be a Catholic.

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History of The English Bible

History of The English Bible: Roman Catholic Church, John Wycliffe, John Hus, and the Lollards AD 1382 The first hand-written English language Bible manuscripts of the complete Bible were produced by John Wycliffe (1320-1384), an Oxford professor, scholar, and theologian. Wycliffe, (also spelled ‘Wycliff’ and ‘Wyclif’), was well-known throughout Europe for his opposition to the teaching… Continue Reading

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Vatican: Secret Payment by Irish Catholic Church

Irish Catholic church paid child sex abuse victim to keep quiet. News of deal overseen by bishop of Derry adds to abuse scandals surrounding Catholic churches in Europe. The Catholic church in Ireland was today embroiled in another child abuse scandal after revelations that a victim was paid to keep quiet in a deal overseen… Continue Reading

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Vatican: Pope Benedict’s first UK visit confirmed Buckingham Palace

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Details of Pope Benedict’s first UK visit confirmed (Tuesday, March 16) by Buckingham Palace Pope Benedict XVI will travel to Scotland, hold two public masses and meet the Queen in the Vatican’s first official papal visit to Britain. Buckingham Palace confirmed details today of the first official visit to Britain of a pope, which will… Continue Reading

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England Should Be a Catholic Country again – Spectator Debate

Reportedly, according to zenit.org – March 5, 2010: “The Reformation was bad for England, and the nation would do well to become a Catholic country again.” This was the affirmation proposed by Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O’Connor on Tuesday during a debate hosted by The Spectator magazine as part of its debate series. The topic under discussion… Continue Reading

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Ecumenical Jihad – John MacArthur

According to some prominent evangelical leaders, we’ve been fighting the wrong war. Protestants, Catholics, and other religious people should quit bickering over issues of heaven and hell and unite in the culture war. Wait a minute…what’s wrong with this picture? Sermon excerpt: A woman once wrote to me, she said she thought Christianity was fine… Continue Reading