Tag Archives: idolatry

The Catholic church takes measures to prevent spread of ebola (The Infidel 2014-11-04)

The developer of a Noah’s Ark-based theme park in Kentucky has said he will fight for his religious rights after state officials warned he could lose up to 18 million Dollars in potential tax credits if they hire only people who believe in the biblical flood. In July, Ark Encounter LLC, part of the answers… Read More »

Are Statues in Catholic Churches “Graven Images?”

We are going to go to Anonymous in Syracuse, Indiana. Anonymous, are you with us? Yes I am. And guess what the question is? The question is: why are you Protestant? Why am I Protestant? Okay, well, like many others, I’m Protestant mostly because I was born Protestant. I was raised in an Anabaptist family.… Read More »

5 Misconceptions About the Orthodox Church

One misconception that a lot of people have about the Orthodox Church is that it is only for certain kinds of people: Only for Greeks, only for Russians, etc. The truth is: everyone belongs in the Orthodox Church. We want everyone to check us out and to become part of our communities. We have a… Read More »

Do Catholics Worship Saints?

Hi my name’s Father Mike Schmitz and this is Ascension Presents. So I was recently talking with a man, he’s a missionary with FOCUS: The Fellowship of Catholic University Students. This awesome guy; he wasn’t always a missionary and actually he wasn’t even always Catholic. He wasn’t even always Christian. He became a Christian when… Read More »

Did the Catholic Church Change the 10 Commandments?

Some Protestants like to charge the Catholic Church with changing the Ten Commandments in order to keep the idolatrous practice of having statues in His places of worship. They argue that Catholics omitted of the second Commandment in Exodus 20 which forbids the making of graven images. But is this true? No, and here are… Read More »