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Is Catholic Oral Tradition Valid Revelation?

Matthew Cserhati Introductory Questions What is truth? And how can we ascertain what the truth is? According to the Protestant churches, the sole highest authority in determining truth is the Scripture alone. As opposed to this, the Roman Catholic church claims that besides Scripture, her oral tradition also has authority: “As a result the Church, Read More

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Absolute Biblical Truth Opposed by Roman Catholicism

The Lord Jesus Christ promised the Apostles, “when he, the Spirit of truth, is come, he will guide you into all truth.”[1]  “All truth” signifies all revealed truth, which is recorded in the written Word.  This promise was precise, “He will guide you into all truth,” not all truths (plural), but rather “all truth.”  God’s truth is an indissoluble, balanced and harmonious Read More

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Sola Scriptura and the Early Church

By William Webster The 16th century Reformation was responsible for restoring to the church the principle of sola Scriptura, a principle that had been operative within the church from the very beginning of the post apostolic age. Initially the apostles taught orally but with the close of the apostolic age, all special revelation that God Read More

Thy Word is Truth

In this presentation Richard Bennett walks the listener through a step by step comparison showing the contrast between the Catholic Catechism and Holy Bible.