#252 Gay Marriage, Roman Catholicism and the Jesuits

On tonight’s programme we look at so-called ‘Gay Marriage’ and Bishop Robert Barron’s response to Dave Rubin’s questions on the subject. Bishop Robert Barron was a guest on The Rubin Report. Dave Rubin himself is ‘gay married’. Did Bishop Barron share the gospel? Are his views on marriage Biblical? We also look at an interview which the Superior General of the Jesuit Order did with a blog called Rossoporpora, based in Lugano, Switzerland. Are the views of the Jesuit General, ‘the Black Pope’, Biblical when it comes to marriage? What are the dangers of these men’s views?

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#227 Jesuits Promote the LGBT Agenda

Yesterday, on Sunday October 30th, James Martin SJ received an award from a pro-LGBT Roman Catholic group called New Ways Ministry. James Martin is a prominent Jesuit who is the editor-at-large at the Jesuit weekly publication called ‘America.’ What is the significance of this award? Is this official Jesuit policy to support the LGBT community? How do the Jesuits reconcile their actions with Roman Catholic dogma? How should Christians respond Biblically to these issues?

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#222 Monergism, Roman Catholicism and the Protestant Reformation

On tonight’s show we look at a sermon preached by David Brown attacking the Reformed doctrine of monergism. What is monergism? Is it Biblical? How did the Reformers differ from the Roman Catholic Church during the time of the Reformation on this issue? What is synergism? What was the view of the Council of Trent? How do these issues affect how we see the gospel? Can we prove from the Bible that regeneration proceeds faith?

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#221 Defending Sola Scriptura: Kenneth Henley’s Views Examined

Recently Kenneth Henley, a Catholic apologist who appears on EWTN, has been writing a series of articles for Catholic Answers attacking Sola Scriptura. Kenneth Henley is a former Baptist minister who converted to Roman Catholicism in the 1990s. Are his articles accurate? What does the Bible teach on the authority of the scriptures? What does Roman Catholicism teach on this issue?

 

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