This article considers the Roman Catholic practice of venerating relics, and whether the Bible validates this.
Can Roman Catholics be considered Christians? This article takes a look at ten doctrines that render Rome outside of Christ.
This article showcases the Roman Catholic teaching regarding the essence of the gospel. It demonstrates that according to Rome, salvation is not by grace through faith alone, good works are necessary for salvation, baptism brings forgiveness of sins, Christ's sacrifice on the cross is not sufficient to send the redeemed directly to heaven, and Christ's sacrifice is repeated every time the Mass is celebrated.
Showing that the virgin birth must be distinguished from the immaculate conception and perpetual virginity, this article shows that Mary gave birth to Christ while being a virgin though she did not remain so. It shows how this relates to Christ divinity and humanity, His sinless state and His role as the Savior.
In spite of claims that the doctrines of Protestantism are closer now to those of the Roman Catholic Church, this article explains that there remains a vast difference between the two traditions. It considers such differences in the doctrines of justification, Scripture and tradition, church and sacraments, Mary and the saints, indulgences, and purgatory.
This article wants to understand the reason for specifically evangelicals converting to Roman Catholicism. The stories of John Michael Talbot and Scott Hahn serve as typical examples. The model for conversion that McKnight proposes helps him to find a clear and consistent pattern for the phenomenon under discussion.