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Short Talk

Why I Am Not Roman Catholic: Biblical Authority, Not Church Tradition

Date recorded: 17 Feb 2024 | Speaker: Leonardo De Chirico | Event: Master Class
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Roman Catholicism holds the Bible in high regard yet grants ultimate authority to church tradition. The recent Marian (1854 and 1950) and papal infallibility (1870) dogmas show that Rome can teach something beyond and against Scripture. The Bible tells us that God has spoken and providentially recorded his words in the Bible. Therefore, the Bible is the supreme guide in all matters of faith and life.

This is part 4 of a 5-part series on 'Why I Am Not a Roman Catholic'.