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  • Gary Heppner



CCC means “Catechism of the Catholic Church”

CB means "Holy Bible fireside School and Church Edition"

My goal, to outline the major differences between Rome Catholicism, protestants, and the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Catholics and protestants agree that the Gospels are "God-breathed" [2 Timothy 3:16] Catholic Bible page 322 New Testament] infallible inerrant Word of God. Does Rome follow the Gospels closely in their teachings and preaching, or is there another Gospel being presented? (Galatians 1:8-9] Catholic Bible page 277 New Testament]

Jesus said on the cross "It is finished.” What did Jesus Mean?

(CB) Hebrews 10:14 [Catholic Bible page341] "For by one offering He has made us perfect those who are being consecrated..." Hebrew 7;27 [Catholic Bible page 337 New Testament] "He has no need, as did the high priests, to offer sacrifice day after day, first for his own sins and then for those sins of the people; He did that once for all when He offered Himself."

CCC denies that "it is finished." As stated in [John 19;30] CB page 172 New Testament The unbloody sacrifice of Christ (CCC 1367] is offered over and over in the Eucharist for the forgiveness of the sins of the living and the dead and to receive temporal (worldly] benefits from God (CCC 1414] which says, as a sacrifice, the Eucharist is also offered in "reparation" [Making a wrong right] for the sins of the living and the dead and to obtain spiritual or temporal benefits for God."

(CB) The Bible says a person will be judged based on his life. Hebrews 9:27 [CB] Page 340 New Testament "And in as much as it is appointed for men to die once and after this comes the judgment. “[Not purgatory] Roman Catholicism does encourage prayers for those in Purgatory, (which is a separate topic.]

Jesus expiates [atones for our sins] our sins

CB [ Romans 3:25] Catholic Bible page 325] “Through His Blood, God made Him (Jesus) the means of expiation [atonement for all who believe."

There are many more contradictions. These demonstrate that there is another Gospel being preached and taught (Galatians 1:8-9]

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