Violence against Christians ignored by press

Persecution of Christians across Islamic nations goes largely unreported, according to Lawrence J. Hass. In this article from┬áThe Commentator, Hass, former┬áCommunications Director and Press Secretary for U.S. Vice President Al Gore, makes the case for better reporting of the Christian purge taking place in some nations, where deaths and displacement seem to have slipped under … More Violence against Christians ignored by press

Is Roman Catholic Doctrine Biblical? Canonising Saints

How does a person become a saint? That is a valid question. The Bible speaks of saints – people who are sanctified, made holy by the blood of Jesus through faith in Him. Saints alive! Paul, in his letters, addresses the saints at various cities in the Asian regions he evangelised. An outstanding characteristic of … More Is Roman Catholic Doctrine Biblical? Canonising Saints

Is Roman Catholic Doctrine Biblical? The Immaculate Conception

Now this is a very interesting doctrine. The Immaculate Conception of Mary. To assist the Roman Catholic Church with their quest to deify Mary as the Queen of Heaven, it was deemed necessary, over the course of time, to assign to her the attribute of a sinless and perfect life, which meant there was a … More Is Roman Catholic Doctrine Biblical? The Immaculate Conception

Is Roman Catholic Doctrine Biblical? Purgatory

Here is a very interesting doctrine, one which illicits all kinds of imaginitive scenes of dead people waiting, seemingly endlessly, for rescue by living friends, who are obliged, on the dead person’s behalf, to hold special masses, pray, and pay some kind of indulgence to redeem them from some holding penitentiary for the sinful, who … More Is Roman Catholic Doctrine Biblical? Purgatory

Is Roman Catholic Doctrine Biblical? The Mass

This is a basic understanding of the Roman Catholic Mass, from About Catholicism, called here the central form of worship in their world-wide church. Looking through its basic tenets, it contains several deviations from Jesus’ standards for taking Communion, and which is considered, by the Roman Catholic church to be part of the Sacraments of … More Is Roman Catholic Doctrine Biblical? The Mass