Catholic Vatican Apologetics

W
hen did the Catholic Church begin? Was Peter really the first Pope? What does the Catholic Church teach? Are all of their teachings Biblically based? Why are there extra books in the Catholic Bible? Who wrote those books? Do they line up with Scripture? Should they be accepted as authoritative? If not, why not? In the resources below, you'll learn answers to these important questions and others.

FEATURED ARTICLE:

"AN EXAMINATION OF CATHOLICISM" by Charlie Campbell

CONTENT:
Introduction
The Origin of the Catholic Church
Some areas of Agreement Between Catholics and Evangelicals
Some Areas of Disgagreement Between Catholics and Evangelicals

The Gospel
Purgatory
Praying for the Dead and to the Saints
Mary
The Bible (The Apocrypha)
The Authority of Church Tradition

Sharing the Truth in Love With Catholics



ADDITIONAL ARTICLES:

"The Apocrypha: A Survey of the History of the Apocrypha from the Jewish Age to the Reformation" by William Webster

"Why the Roman Catholic Arguments for the Canon are Spurious" by William Webster

"The Church Father's Interpretation of the Rock of Matthew 16:18" (Includes a critique of the Catholic book Jesus, Peter and the Keys) by William Webster

"The Roman Catholic Teaching on Salvation and Justification" by William Webster

"The Pope and the Papacy" by John MacArthur

"Is Peter the Rock on Which the Church is Built?" by Matt Slick

"Does the New Testament Support the Roman Catholic View of Communion?" by Norman Geisler

"Is the Perpetual Virginity of Mary a Biblical View?" by Bodie Hodge

"Why Scripture and the Facts of History Compel Me, a Former Roman Catholic, to Remain a Committed Evangelical Protestant" (A Response to Frank Beckwith's, Return to Rome) by William Webster

"How Critics of Christianty Often Distort the Story of Galileo" by Charlie Campbell


AUDIO:

"Roman Catholicism" by Charlie Campbell (CD available)

"Why I'm Not a Roman Catholic" by Norman Geisler

"The Canon of Scripture" by William Webster
(Who decided which books belong in the Bible? Why were the apocryphal books left out of the Bible?)

"The Papacy: Matthew 16 – Peter and the Rock" by William Webster

"The Pope and the Papacy" by John MacArthur


RECOMMENDED RESOURCES IN
OUR ONLINE STORE:

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ROMAN CATHOLICISM: An Examination of the Teachings of the Catholic Church (DVD) by Charlie Campbell

Where, when, and how did the Roman Catholic Church come to be? What do Catholics and Protestants agree upon? What do they disagree upon? Why do they disagree? Do Catholic teachings line up with the Bible? Why are there different books (the Apocrypha) in the Catholic Bible? Are those books inspired and trustworthy? In this new hour-long teaching given at Calvary Chapel South Bay in California, Charlie Campbell answered these questions and others. DVD length: 60 minutes. This DVD (Second Edition) includes many of the PowerPoint images Charlie uses in his presentation. Click here to purchase.


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THE 10 MOST IMPORTANT THINGS YOU CAN SAY TO A CATHOLIC (Book) by Ron Rhodes

Fact-filled, easy-to-understand, and visually appealing, this book provides essential information to enable you to effectively share biblical truths to people led astray by some of the erroneous teachings of the Catholic Church. This book identifies the 10 most critical problems with Catholic beliefs, examines the exact nature of each doctrinal error, contrasts Catholic teachings with the truth found in God's Word, reviews basic principles of Bible interpretation that ensure accurate understanding, and explains the correct meaning of Bible verses Catholics cite out of context. Paperback, 128 pages. Click here to purchase.

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