OK, all this protestant/catholic bickering is driving me nuts. I just want a specific yes or no answer from you catholic apologists out there on the following questions. These may sound basic, but IN MY OPINION, these are the central doctrines of the Christian faith, and if we agree here then everything else is trivial. 1. Does your church believe that the Bible is the true, infallible, inspired Word of God?(And regardless of the disagreements about the actual canon... unless I'm mistaken, your canon includes my 66 book Protestant canon, correct? If I'm wrong, correct me. If I'm right, then it's really not that big of a deal, because even if we're wrong we still have scripture, just less of it than you.) 2. Does your church believe in one eternal, uncreated God; existent in three persons(the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit); who created all things; who is omnipotent, omniscient, and omnipresent. 3. Does your church believe in the Christ, Jesus, Yeshua; the eternally existent, uncreated Son of God, who stepped out of Heaven into human form; who was born of a Virgin; who lived a sinless life; who fulfilled all the prophecies of the Jewish messiah; who suffered and bled and died by crucifixion as a ransom for the souls of all mankind; who on the third day was resurrected, appeared to the disciples, and ascended into Heaven; who now sits at the right hand of God and will someday return to judge both the living and the dead? 4. Does your church believe in the Holy Spirit; eternal, uncreated, the third person of the Godhead; who inspired fallible men to write infallible scripture; who enables men to understand the scriptures; who calls men to the saving Grace of Christ; who indwells every member of the body of Christ; who is a deposit guaranteeing the salvation of those He has regenerated; who holds the church together? 5. Does your church believe that the redemptive grace through faith of the Christ is the ONLY way to salvation? I'm sorry to have to come right out and ask, but it's hard for me to get a bearing on what some people are thinking on this board, baptist or catholic or otherwise.