Quote of the day – Carlos Gonzalez


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Recently I’ve come to see how important this simple statement is:

“The Roman Catholic Church is called apostate by Protestants because they were not always a false church.”

Carlos Gonzalez

THE POPE = THE MAN OF SIN (PART 2)

COVENANTER REFORMATION

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other posts in this series:

THE POPE = THE MAN OF SIN (PART 1)

THE POPE = THE MAN OF SIN (PART 3)

anOther pertinent post:

PROTESTANT CONFESSIONS CONDEMNING THE POPE AS ANTICHRIST

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6 thoughts on “Quote of the day – Carlos Gonzalez

  1. So true. And what many Catholics fail to understand, is that on one level, the Catholic church use to be our church. Martin Luther didn’t set out to start a new church, but to correct the old one. Just didn’t work out that way.

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      • Actually, when the next pope was voted for by the bishops, they were 2 votes shy of elected a pope who believed in justification by faith alone. So Luther was having an effect on Rome. But apparently, God decreed that they would continue down their apostate path. 🙂

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          • I don’t recall. That bit of information came from my history prof at DTS, John Hannah. He is not someone to put forth “pulpit fiction” so I’m assuming he had his sources. But I really don’t remember where it came from.

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            • That’s fine, Timothy. Some of the other happenings surrounding Ratzinger’s resignation and Bergoglio’s election are significant: denials of the validity of both the resignation and the election seem to be ongoing – something worth checking for me. Thanks for your valuable input!

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