2. Rise and Progress of Ecclesiastical Supremacy

J.A. Wylie Book I. History of the Papacy. Chapter II. Rise and Progress of Ecclesiastical Supremacy. The first pastors of the Roman Church aspired to no rank above their brethren.[1] The labours in which they occupied themselves were the same as those of the ordinary ministers of the gospel. As pastors, they watched with affectionate… Read More 2. Rise and Progress of Ecclesiastical Supremacy

6 Reasons Protestants and Roman Catholics Can Never Unite

Many Evangelicals today see the divisions among Christians, the many denominations, and the sometimes heated rhetoric between brothers, and rightly desire to see unity among Christians. Indeed, many modern Evangelicals even want to see unity between Protestant Christians and Roman Catholics.1¬†While such a desire may seem well-intentioned on the surface, we need to examine whether… Read More 6 Reasons Protestants and Roman Catholics Can Never Unite

The Gospel Ministry During the Reign of Antichrist

Jus Divinum Ministerii Evangelici, Or The Divine Right of the Gospel-Ministry London Provinical Assembly 1654 An Excerpt from Chapter III Wherein the grand Objection Asserting the Loss of the Ministry under Antichrist, is Answered. Objection We confess that there was a Ministry Ordained of Christ, and continued all the days of the Apostles, and some… Read More The Gospel Ministry During the Reign of Antichrist