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Shields, T.T. – The Papacy in the Light of Scripture

This is a shorter (3 Chapter) book on the Roman Catholic papacy. Shields (Baptist) only has three chapters, but these are organized more into broad treatments of Catholicism’s major points. In his first address (Chapter 1), he deals with why the Roman church calls itself “Catholic”, Every doctrine tested by the Word of God, A R.C. Authority quoted, the Papacy the key to whole religious question, Peter’s Confession not Peter the Rock, What are the keys of the Kingdom of Heaven? How are things “Bound” or “Loosed”? Peter frequently Mentioned First, Alleged Reason for Mark’s Silence, Alleged Argument for the Papacy in John’s Gospel, the General Teaching of the New Testament, How Was Peter Regarded by His Contemporaries? Peter Never Claimed Primacy For Himself, and The Apostles “Sent” Peter. In Shields second chapter, he presents us with Estimating People And Institutions at Their Own Valuation, a further study of the question of Peter’s primacy; and, secondly, what the Scripture has to say in respect of the Romanist claim that Peter was the first Bishop of Rome, Paul says nothing of Peter’s being in Rome, The Papal Conception Alien to Christianity, and What The New Testament Says of The Church. In Shields final chaper, The Papacy in the Light of Scripture, he treats, Who established the Papacy? The Antichrist in Second Thessalonians, and The Antichrist in Revelation.

Slick, M – Essential Doctrines Of Christianity

The Bible itself reveals those doctrines that are essential to the Christian faith.  They are 1) the Deity of Christ,…

Smith, James – Pastor’s Morning Visit, the

PREFACE The present humble work is a Pastoral effort, flowing from love to the Lord’s people, and a desire to…

Smith, James – Food for the Soul

PREFACE (excerpt) The soul needs food as well as the body — not only in set seasons, or in public…