By listing the ministries below, I am not necessarily endorsing all of the information and viewpoints they provide.

What is stopping me from becoming Catholic?

101 Bible Verses that Teach Salvation is NOT by Works

Alpha and Omega Ministries (James White)

John Ankerberg

Apprising Ministries

The Berean Beacon (Richard Bennett)

The Berean Call (Dave Hunt)

Chris Castaldo

Christian Answers of Austin, Texas

Christian Apologetics and Research Ministry

Christian Resources (William Webster)

A Christian Witness to Roman Catholicism (Rob Zins)

The Conversion Center

The Ex-Catholic Journal

Ex-Catholics for Christ

Former Catholics for Christ

Gospel Outreach International to Roman Catholics (Frank Eberhardt)

Got Questions.ORG

Grace to You (John MacArthur)

Harvest House Publishers

Just for Catholics (Joe Mizzi)

Ligonier Ministries (R.C. Sproul)

Martyn Lloyd-Jones’ sermon, “Roman Catholicism” PDF

James G. McCarthy

Lighthouse Trails Publishing

Mission to Catholics – site was last updated in 2006 but lots of good information

Roger Oakland

Out of His Mouth (Timothy F. Kauffman)

Proclaiming the Gospel (Mike Gendron)

Reaching Catholics for Christ

Reformanda Initiative

Ron Rhodes

SO4J (Sold Out For Jesus)

Take Heed Ministries

Vatican Files- Evangelical Theological Perspectives on Roman Catholicism (Leonardo De Chirico)

Wretched Radio (Todd Friel)


13 thoughts on “Links

    1. Thanks! By the way, you might be interested to know I received some passionate rebukes from some hardcore Arminians maybe a year ago saying I had too many Calvinists on the list. 😁

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      1. Gotcha; the issue with Servetus wasn’t the highest point for Calvin. Personally I think the name Calvinist is unfortunate since I think its based not so much on Calvin himself since there were guys that held his view even before him.

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      2. I’m not scandalized by the early Reformers continuing to follow Catholicism’s example in regards to eliminating heretics via the civil magistrates. The church-state symbiosis was deeply ingrained and would take another 100 years to begin to unravel.

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      3. Right. To condemn the early Reformers because they established semi-theocracies that punished dissenters is judging 16th century society according to 21st century standards, very naive.

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