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NOTR - Calvin on the Papacy - 9.1.17

Today's Show: CALVIN ON THE PAPACY - 9.1.2017

Chris discusses the teachings of Calvin on the papal system.  According to the Reformers, when did the papacy really begin?  And what are the key elements of opposition between papal doctrines and the Bible?  When we consider the role the Vatican plays in modern times, especially because of the ecumenical movement where many evangelicals travel to Rome to meet in fellowship with the Pope -- it is important to understand what the leading churchmen of the past believed about the office of the Bishop of Rome.  Can this be an important key to understanding why Western Civilization is in peril today?


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Reader Comments (2)

How clever of Rome to teach the antichrist is yet to appear when they have been before us for centuries. When I try to warn that the Pope is antichrist, this paradigm keeps them from considering the possibility.

September 3, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterCharles

I love NOTR and have purchased most of your work re America's Secret Beginnings, Tares, Jesuits etc. but just can't listen to you prate about John Calvin. 'Hope you won't be offended but suspect you will and maybe not even allow my comment.. PLEASE examine the roots of his theology and heretical Augustinian bias. The best source is Moriel ministries and Jacob Prasch's numerous Youtube videos concerning Calvinism/ Reformed/Covenant theology.

September 3, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterLLifsey

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