A Roman Catholic, living and dying according to the complex principles of the doctrine and worship that is followed in Popery, cannot be saved, nor expect justification before God. This way of Roman Catholicism is of itself exceeding sinful, and abominable before the Lord, and so makes a person liable to God’s wrath. As it is of itself sinful, so it has no way for removing sin, but leaves a man without any solid hope of relief from his original and actual sins. And where these two are put together—heinous sin and no way to remove it—what can be expected but inevitable ruin and condemnation? For where the disease is deadly and the cure naught, death must be certain.… Read More 14 Reasons Roman Catholics Are Not Saved
The apostasy of the Antichrist is not that of complete abnegation of Christianity, but, on the contrary, he is said to make his seat in the temple of God (2 Thess. 2:4), that is, in the Christian Church, in order to exercise his tyranny. And it is in the name of Christianity that he will darken, introducing his cursed apostasy. The Antichrist must be a disguised enemy of Christ, who, under the pretense of the name of Christ would rule over the Church of Christ, attacking the person of Christ, his offices and his good works.… Read More How Rome Denies The Father And The Son
1 John 2:18 distinguishes between a singular antichrist that will come in the future and the many antichrists that were then already at work: “Little children, it is the last time: and as ye have heard that antichrist shall come, even now are there many antichrists; whereby we know that it is the last time.” John is aware that his audience had already heard that this antichrist will come, and he does not treat this as a misunderstanding of theirs that he needed to correct. John’s readers heard about the coming of the great Antichrist from the Apostles and prophets (2 Thess. 2:3-10; Dan. 7:8, 20).… Read More Antichrist: One Or Many?
William PerkinsReformed CatholicWorks VII, pp. 149-152 And I heard another voice from heaven, saying, Come out of her, my people, that ye be not partakers of her sins, and that ye receive not of her plagues. (Revelation 18:4) Where was the Protestant Church before the Reformation? Out of this commandment, “Go out of her, my… Read More Rome Is Not A True Church | William Perkins