This describes my experiences at a pseudo-Christian college. It is written in response to a pastor who thought that statues could help his push for a prayer revival. He did a photo-op of himself praying with a status of a great revivalist and holding the statue’s hand. (See actual photo above.) This act was the […]
Religions & Cults
We are not ignorant of other religions outside of Christianity, or of groups which claim to be Christian, but have erred from the faith. Here, we explore these religions, and compare them with Christianity. The main premise of false religion is “DO.” You have to earn the right to Heaven. Christianity says “DONE,” because Christ has already taken the punishment for your sins, and offers you eternal life freely. You have to do nothing but believe and trust in Him.
Beware lest any man spoil you through philosophy and vain deceit, after the tradition of men, after the rudiments of the world, and not after Christ. Colossians 2:8 Is tradition of equal value to the Bible? Do customs of men have the same authority of the Word of God? We know what the various […]
After careful consideration, I have come to the decision that this ministry cannot endorse the person and ministry of the late Jack Hyles. (Neither can I endorse that of his successor and son-in-law, Jack Schapp, who was recently outed for adultery with a minor.) The sins, heresies, and cult-like manipulation have been well documented. Therefore, […]
The numbers in parentheses are paragraph references in the 1994 Catechism of the Catholic Church, so non-Catholics can know that I did not make these dogmas up, the Catholic Church really teaches them. If you doubt any of this is true, go to http://www.christusrex.org/www2/kerygma/ccc/searchcat.html (online Catechism) and type the number(s) into the “paragraph” text box. Your Mediatrix […]
On May 21, 1559, several Protestants were caught by the Holy Inquisition worshipping in a home. This was considered an offence punishable by death. One of the `heretics’ captured was Dona Isabella, who was a countess and a cousin to King Philip II. The Inquisition tribunal tried to make her recant her faith, but she […]