Every good Catholic wants to please God in this present life and, when life on earth is over, hopes to live with Him forever. It is a noble goal based on personal beliefs about God and how to know Him. However, noble intentions and personal beliefs about God do not guarantee results—or eternal life. I Read More
By Matthew Cserháti Introduction If you ask an average Catholic person what they think about the creation/evolution debate which is raging across America and Europe it is highly likely that they’ll respond by saying that they basically have no problem with integrating evolution with their Catholic faith. A common response is that since the pope, Read More
Richard Bennett and Timothy Kauffman Editor’s Note: With the resignation of Benedict XVI effective February 28, 2013, Rome will no doubt continue its program of bringing back “Separated Brethren” to the fold of the Roman Catholic Church-State, no matter who the next Pope is. The call of the Bible is clear to all Bible believers: Read More
In his October 23, 1996, address to the Pontifical Academy of Sciences, Pope John Paul II showed himself to be the epitome of a theistic evolutionist. Concerning the origin of life and evolution, the Pope laid out the problem he would address, “How should the conclusions reached by the diverse scientific disciplines be brought together Read More
Only the Scriptures can tell us about God and His will for mankind. The Scriptures are reliable and sufficient for matters of faith, doctrine, and life. It is important to understand this foundational truth at the present time.