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Catholicism: Babylonianism Renamed


Sermons on various aspects of Catholicism

Babylonian Origins of Catholic Doctrines and Practices
Catholic and Protestant Churches are not God's Churches
Communion (Part 4) - Refuting Transubstantiation
Communion (Part 5) - Origin of Transubstantiation; Eucharist in One Kind; Eucharist Worship
The Old Testament Canon (The Apocrypha is Not Scripture)


Video Blogs on Catholicism

Baptism - Why Catholics and Protestants are Wrong (Animated Video)
The Catholic Bible Has Too Many Books - The Apocrypha is Not Scripture



Quotes


Out of the horse's mouth...Confessions of a Catholic

""We need not shrink from admitting that candles, like incense and lustral water, were commonly employed in pagan worship and in the rites paid to the dead. But the Church from a very early period took them into her service, just as she adopted many other things indifferent in themselves, which seemed proper to enhance the splendour of religious ceremonial. We must not forget that most of these adjuncts to worship, like music, lights, perfumes, ablutions, floral decorations, canopies, fans, screens, bells, vestments, etc. were not identified with any idolatrous cult in particular; they were common to almost all cults." (Cath. Ency., III, 246)." (Catholicism Against Itself, O.C. Lambert)


The pope is not infallible...Says the Catholic Dictionary

""The Pope himself is subject to error like other men; his infallibility comes from the Spirit of God, which on certain occasions protects him from error in faith and morals. He has no infallibility in merely historical or scientific questions. Even in matters of faith and morals he has no inspiration, and must use the same means of theological inquiry open to other men. He may err as a private doctor; nor is any immunity from error granted to books which he may write and publish. Even when he speaks with Apostolic authority he may err" (Cath. Dic., 677)." (Catholicism Against Itself, O.C. Lambert)


Check your brain at the door...If you're Catholic

""Once he does so, he has no further use for his reason. He enters the Church, an edifice illuminated by the superior light of revelation and faith. He can leave reason, like a lantern, at the door" (Explanation of Catholic Morals,76)." (Catholicism Against Itself, O.C. Lambert)



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