Skip to comments.Michael Voris Discusses Mormonism and Protestantism
Posted on 10/26/2011 9:32:38 PM PDT by rzman21
Michael Voris of RealCatholic TV discusses Mormonism and Protestantism: http://www.youtube.com/user/RealCatholicTV#p/search/0/zQZBukPUwAA
I was “informed” the other day on here that the Baptist religion was formed prior to Catholicism. The insinuation being that the Baptist religion was formed when John the Baptist was conceived...LOL!
The same person also stated that it was Catholics who cut books out of the Holy Bible and that the KJV was the only authentic Holy Scripture...LOL!
I just wonder if that person will show up, here, today.
Oh geez. That’s pathetic.
Satan is quite the master at deceiving people
You can send that idiot this: http://www.catholic-convert.com/wp-content/uploads/Documents/TrailOfBlood.pdf
or this: http://books.google.com/books?id=OiMRAxZMqyMC&pg=PA149&lpg=PA149&dq=mcgoldrick+baptist+successionism&source=bl&ots=UEJ7Lj7rXt&sig=I4Dd0CC3dVrlv-6XnozkAVvAGas&hl=en&ei=OlGpTse7C4uOsAKT7JThDw&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=4&ved=0CD4Q6AEwAw#v=onepage&q&f=false
Hopefully this link will take readers directly to the video.
That was interesting. I’ve never seen or heard Michael Voris before. He seems to be a combination of Sean Hannity looks and James Carville veracity.
One other thing, that was a discussion of Mormonism and Protestantism? No, it was a bashing of Protestantism occasioned by the opening given by Jeffresse. As such it is a patently dishonest effort and no more than an anti-Protestant rant. In a word, it was sleazy.
Also interesting in regard to Mr. Voris:
In 2006, St. Michaels Media of Ferndale, Michigan, through its chief executive, Michael Voris, and his associates, requested approval of its apostolate and programming from the Archdiocese of Detroit. The Detroit archdiocese responded to their initial submission and gave them direction as to the additional information and steps that would need to be taken. At issue was, and is, compliance with our basic archdiocesan media protocols and those of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB). While there have been some discussions, the matter with St. Michaels Media remains unresolved; it is not an approved apostolate.
In 2008, a Web-based video provider named RealCatholicTV.com was launched, with Michael Voris as the primary host, producer-writer and manager, utilizing new and archive program material produced and provided, primarily, by St. Michaels Media. The RealCatholicTV enterprise has yet to present itself or receive approval of its apostolate and programming from the Detroit archdiocese.
Therefore, the catechetical presentations, the analysis of Catholic teachings or positions, and the commentary on Church leadership presented by St. Michaels Media and/or RealCatholicTV be they audio, video, or exclusively Web-based cannot be approved or endorsed by the archdiocese at this time.
Director of Communications
Archdiocese of Detroit
Michael Voris is the favourite talking head of the Catholic Taliban, that motley crew of traditionalists who believe in way-out stuff like abortion is evil and Jesus rose on the third day. He runs his own online TV station in Michigan and has hair so unreal it could be miraculous....He became a viral sensation after he posted a video arguing that democracy had been corrupted by the stupidity of the voters.See related threads:
-- from the thread America's conservative Catholics are on the warpath. Republicans should be courting them.
What do you expect from the liberals in the archdiocesan curias around the country?
They want to make nice while their pews empty.
So, the Catholic Church, including its hierarchy, does not speak with one voice? And perhaps even stands in need of reformation? Who’da thunk it?
The magisterium of the Catholic Church speaks with one voice.
The Catholic Church needs reform, but the winds of modernism have taken the reins in the Catholic Church since Vatican II.
Pope Benedict has begun the process of turning things around. It will take another generation to restore orthodoxy.
The Protestant “Reformation” wasn’t a reformation at all. It was a revolution that created a new religion.
Thank you for the excellent links...I read one and am reading the other.
I see. That’s a nice comfortable little box you live in.
Protestants can’t even agree among themselves on matters of essential Christian doctrine, yet they all profess to believe in the Bible alone.
If the Bible is so easy to understand, then why are there over 30,000 different Protestant sects with differing views?
The problems in the Catholic Church have been created since Vatican II by those in the Church who want to believe like Protestants, but lack the courage to admit it openly.
Excuse me, what did you find that was "dishonest?"
And what religion might that be?
What was your previous screen name?
Give us one example of one verse that has 30,000 differing interpretations.
For that matter, give us one verse which has as few as 5 differing interpretations.
***Protestants cant even agree among themselves on matters of essential Christian doctrine, yet they all profess to believe in the Bible alone.***
Actualy, almost all protestant churches agree on the same doctrines for Salvation. It is only the irrelivant things that causes some to separate from others.
The ONE important thing they DO agree on is...”Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and thou shall be saved!”
that video is based on false teaching
protestantism did not create a new book to define it’s faith, it stuck to one book to do so: THE BIBLE
it did NOT redefine doctrine, it stuck to original doctrine taught in the Bible, not doctrine evolved over centuries like Catholicism has