A terrific little summary of the differences between Roman Catholicism and Biblical Christianity

Catholic Doctrine In The Bible
By Samuel Benedict
Faith Baptist Church Publications, (no date provided), 93 pages

In this booklet, Samuel Benedict compares Roman Catholic doctrine with God’s Word. The chapter headings are as follows:

  • The Church and St. Peter
  • Infallibility of the Pope
  • Transubstantiation
  • Sacrifice in the Mass
  • Purgatory
  • Prayers for the Dead
  • The Blessed Mary
  • The Crucifix and Other Images
  • Confession
  • Salvation
  • The Bible and Tradition
  • Catholic or Roman?

Benedict, who ministered for Christ in the early 20th-century, does an excellent job of succinctly presenting Catholic doctrine in comparison to the Bible. This short work would be a fantastic resource for Catholics who are seeking Christ and for evangelicals who wish to know about the main differences between Roman Catholicism and Biblical Christianity without wading thorough much lengthier examinations. Copies of “Catholic Doctrine In The Bible” can be obtained by contacting The Conversion Center. See here.

Resources on the differences between Catholicism and Christianity were once widely available but in this era of growing ecumenical compromise and apostasy, they’re becoming harder to find unless you know where to look. See my Books and Links lists here and here for resources.

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4 thoughts on “A terrific little summary of the differences between Roman Catholicism and Biblical Christianity

      1. LOL! Yes, I think it’s MUCH more appropriate! But no chance of that happening with that pastor. He used to make pro-Catholic references here and there until I couldn’t take it anymore.

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