What Catholics believe.

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  1. Palatka51

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  2. Matt Black

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    At first blush, I would take issue with one point as a major glaring error: the Catholic Church was not founded in the 5th or 6th century but existed right from the start ( we have documents from around 100AD which use the term 'Catholic Church'). The Catholic - or, more properly, the Catholic-Orthodox Church has always existed; the real question is the extent to which errors subsequently crept in to that Church...
     
  3. Bro. James

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    The deceptiveness of Satan is recorded in the Book of Genesis. That does not make what he said true. Authenticity and verity are completely different notions.

    Universality was one of the earliest heresies. It pervades most of nominal christianity. That does not make it so.

    There is at least one who will stand against universal church, visible or invisible--me. There are more--some are in hiding.

    God always has a remnant.

    'You shall know The Truth, The Truth will make you free...'

    Selah,

    Bro. James
     

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