1. SebastianClinciuJJ

    The perspective of Pope Gregory I on Images/Icons.

    I discovered this interesting opinion of Gregory I while reading from the History of the Byzantine Empire's take on the Iconoclastic Controversy. This is what Vasilievsky wrote concerning Gregory I and the "Iconoclastic Controversy" of his day: The view of Gregory I is clearly expressed in...
  2. Haeralis

    Pope Francis claims that a committed atheist was saved

    http://www.patheos.com/blogs/friendlyatheist/2018/04/18/pope-francis-lied-to-a-child-about-whether-his-dead-atheist-father-was-in-heaven/ It used to be the case that Rome taught that faith was at least a necessary ingredient of salvation. No longer. Pope Francis claimed that God was proud...
  3. R

    Who or What is the Pope?

    I am Reformed in my Christian theology generally but have concerns about Reformed eschatology in particular. Although I have considered myself an amillennial Protestant continuist historicist, I am wondering whether the Bishop of Rome/papal system is the Antichrist, the False Prophet, Mystery...
  4. M

    Works refuting Roman Catholicism

    Hello, I would like to know what are some of the greatest works of the 20th and 21st centuries that refutes the main Roman Catholic dogmas (such as church government and the Pope's office, worshipping and praying to the saints, etc.). Thank you
  5. davdavis

    Pope Defines What Muslims Should Believe!

    Jihad Watch has posted the following message from "pope" Francis "253. In order to sustain dialogue with Islam, suitable training is essential for all involved, not only so that they can be solidly and joyfully grounded in their own identity, but so that they can also acknowledge the values of...