The early church had a Biblical attitude toward political governments. Later Roman Catholicism departed into apostasy & authorized military massacres, crusad…

Know Your Enemy (Part 23 – Roman Catholicism)

Series exploring the coming New World Order from a Biblical perspective. In this part, how Catholicism was created by putting a Christian facade on Mystery Babylon paganism. This nearly eleven-hour journey through history, the Bible, theology and occult thought is now available as a four DVD set here: www.theapologeticsgroup.com The manuscript is available as an e-book through Amazon at www.amazon.com DONATIONS for future series and the expansion of the Fuel ministry can also be made via PayPal using the address ‘authenticfuel@gmail.com’ (vision outline available on the Facebook page). www.facebook.com/thefuelproject
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The Word, Church And Sacrament: In Protestantism And Catholicism

The Word, Church And Sacrament: In Protestantism And Catholicism

The Word, Church and Sacraments in Protestantism and Catholicism is a theological classic. It seeks to foster unity and deeper understanding among Christians by comparing the Catholic and Protestant views of Scripture, Church authority, and the Sacraments. Bouyer, one of the greatest theologians of the 20th century and a convert from Protestantism, contributed significantly to the movement out of which came the Second Vatican Council’s efforts to promote Christian unity. In The Word, Church and Sacraments, he shows how Catholic teaching is often misunderstood by Catholics and Protestants alike, and how this teaching is fundamentally compatible with key positive elements of Reformation thought. He also examines the main points of disagreement between Catholicism and Protestantism, and demonstrates how Catholicism, properly understood, maintains the theological balance necessary to uphold some of the main truths on which Catholics and Protestants agree.

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A Tremor of Bliss: Sex, Catholicism, and Rock ‘n’ Roll

A Tremor of Bliss: Sex, Catholicism, and Rock ‘n’ Roll

   Up to the current day, matters of sexual morality—including contraception, abortion, premarital sex, and gay marriage—have polarized the Catholic Church. In the wake of the turmoil of the 1960s, when liberal theologians challenged the Church’s traditional views on the subject, a schism has opened. Much of the world, and many Catholics themselves, believe that the views of each camp are clear and well defined. As Mark Judge reveals in this trenchant and illuminating defense of the teachings of his Church, this is far from the case.
   Without sensationalism, Judge is candid here about his personal journey from the playgrounds of the sexual revolution to his eventual belief in the need to combine sexuality with love and commitment to another person, not as an end in itself but rather as a particularly direct means of opening oneself up to God’s love. He also sees support for the Christian theology on love in a seemingly unlikely place: rock music. He delves into the Church’s teachings on sexual matters, going back to the time of Saint Augustine, Saint Thomas Aquinas, Saint John of the Cross, and Pope John Paul II while also acquainting us with more contemporary voices from within the Church—as well as from the pop charts.

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