DBTS: No We Are Not Together (Re: Roman Catholic Church)

No We Are Not Together

With all of the hullabaloo this week over the visit of antichrist (not THE antichrist, mind you, but surely one who most overtly and offensively epitomizes John’s general description of the spirit of antichrist), it is a delight to point our readers to a free eCopy of one of the better treatments of this topic on the market today–R. C. Sproul’s Are We Together? A Protestant Analyzes Roman Catholicism.

Hint: the answer to the question is a resounding NO. The pope is a capital enemy of the Gospel and of the Church of God on earth. We are not together.

Tolle Lege (or perhaps I should say “download and read.” What’s that in Latin?)


Free eBook: Are We Together?

Pope Francis is the first Pope to visit the United States since 2008. His visit has provoked many Christians to ask sincere questions concerning Roman Catholicism. In light of this, Reformation Trust is making the ebook editions of R.C. Sproul’s Are We Together? free until the end of September. We encourage you to download this ebook and share it with your family, friends, and church community.

Download Are We Together?

Not sure how to download an ebook? See our FAQ section.

Other Resources to Study

R.C. Sproul’s 5-part teaching series on Roman Catholicism will also be available to download or stream for free through the end of September. Download or listen.

“At the moment the Roman Catholic Church condemned the biblical doctrine of justification by faith alone, she denied the gospel and ceased to be a legitimate church, regardless of all the rest of her affirmations of Christian orthodoxy. To embrace her as an authentic church while she continues to repudiate the biblical doctrine of salvation is a fatal attribution. We’re living in a time where theological conflict is considered politically incorrect, but to declare peace when there is no peace is to betray the heart and soul of the gospel.” —R.C. Sproul, Is The Reformation Over?

Are We Together? offer expires September 30, 2015.

 

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