Far from Rome, Near to God

 Here’s a book that shows the darkness of the Roman Catholic Church: Far from Rome, Near to God.  In it, you’ll find fifty stories about modern day Roman Catholic priests who came out of Rome because of her unbiblical and gospel-distorting teachings.  Here are a few excerpts.  The first has to do with Rome’s doctrine… Continue reading Far from Rome, Near to God

Double Predestination in the Carolingian Era

In the 9th century, a Saxon monk named Gottschalk taught what is known today as double predestination.  Swedish historian Bengt Hagglund explains it this way: "[Gottschalk] claimed (with some justification) that he found support for his teaching in the writings of Augustine" (p. 153).  Hagglund goes on. "Gottschalk did not say...that certain persons are predestined… Continue reading Double Predestination in the Carolingian Era