Throwback Thursday: Why I am NOT a Roman Catholic

Welcome to this week’s “Throwback Thursday” installment. Today, we’re going to revisit a short post that was originally published back on February 15, 2016 and has been slightly revised.

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Why I am not a Roman Catholic: Ten Biblical reasons why I cannot be a Roman Catholic
By Will Graham, Evangelical Focus, February 13, 2016

  1. I’m not a Roman Catholic because I don’t believe in Mariology.
  2. I’m not a Roman Catholic because I don’t believe in the pope.
  3. I’m not a Roman Catholic because I don’t believe in idolatry.
  4. I’m not a Roman Catholic because I don’t believe in purgatory.
  5. I’m not a Roman Catholic because I don’t believe in transubstantiation.
  6. I’m not a Roman Catholic because I don’t believe in the clergy/lay division.
  7. I’m not a Roman Catholic because I don’t believe in the Apocrypha.
  8. I’m not a Roman Catholic because I don’t believe in the seven sacraments.
  9. I’m not a Roman Catholic because I don’t believe in mortal or venial sins.
  10. Most importantly, I’m not a Roman Catholic because I DO believe in the Biblical Gospel!

See the full article via the link below:

http://evangelicalfocus.com/magazine/1363/Why_I_am_not_a_Roman_Catholic

25 thoughts on “Throwback Thursday: Why I am NOT a Roman Catholic

  1. Reblogged this on Born Again and commented:
    ALL GLORY TO THE ONE TRUE GOD FOR LEADING ME OUT OF “her”, TOO!!!
    Jesus said/says in John 14:6:
    6 Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.
    HALLELUJAH!!! 🙌❤️🙏🏻👑

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Thanks, Mandy! I’ll check the email inbox after we get back from our daily morning walk. I was actually able to successfully turn off all of the WordPress automatic email notifications and also cleaned up the 25,000 emails in my inbox (and even wrote a future post about the fiasco).

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    1. 👋🏻
      Yeah, a lot happened in the Northeast back in the day. Oops. I forget another Mt. Hope Cemetery notable that would interest you; theologian Walter Rauschenbusch, father of the Social Gospel.

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