#284 Bishop Robert Barron, Robert Jeffress, Sean Hannity and Ecumenism

We conclude our critique of Bishop Robert Barron’s video on the Reformation on tonight’s programme. After this we look at Sean Hannity’s visit to Robert Jeffress and First Baptist Church, Dallas, Texas. How has Jeffress’ view of Roman Catholicism changed over the years? Is it Biblical? Did Hannity’s visit undermine the gospel?

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#283 Newsweek Surprised Evangelicals Reject Roman Catholicism

Newsweek are in shock that an evangelical pastor, Robert Jeffress, would criticise Roman Catholicism and link it to Revelation 17. Is this a strange doctrine when compared with Christian history and the Bible? We also start a critique of Roman Catholic Bishop Robert Barron’s video on the Reformation.

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#279 More Rick Warren Ecumenism with Rome and Modern Protestantism’s Anti-Reformation Theology

Recently Crux, a Roman Catholic website, interviewed both Rick Warren and Roman Catholic Bishop Kevin Vann of Orange County, California. What did the interview reveal? Should we be concerned over Rick Warren? Do respected pastors see him as a faithful preacher of the Word of God? We also take a brief look at the ‘Reforming Catholic Confession’ which was signed by over 250 professing Protestant leaders. What does the document, and the men involved, tell us about how the Reformation is viewed some 500 years later?

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#273 Modern Legalism, Justification by Faith Alone and Roman Catholicism

On tonight’s programme we look at the doctrine of Justification. Why is it important? What are the consequences of its neglect? What does the Church of Rome teach on Justification as revealed in the Council of Trent? What are the modern threats to the doctrine found within professing Reformed churches?

Also Paul makes a brief statement on why Megiddo Radio is no longer on the WVW Broadcast Network.

#272 Justification Betrayed by ‘Reformed Church Body’ with Romanism

Recently the WCRC, a worldwide coalition of so-called ‘Reformed churches’, signed an agreement with Roman Catholicism over the doctrine of justification. The agreement describes a ‘common understanding’ over the doctrine. What are the tactics often used by ecumenists, knowingly or unknowingly, to lower the defences of their critics? Has Rome changed? Has she compromised what the council of Trent and the Catholic Cathechism teaches? What does the agreement teach? What is the doctrine of justification as stated in the Bible? How important is it?

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