Who is Mary, who is Jesus? Stephen Murphy considers the integrity of evangelical believers and the spiritual welfare of Roman Catholics in the light of the Bible's teaching concerning Mary. The message addresses many of our differences with Rome on matters that are at the heart of the Gospel. We are strongly urged to "contend without being contentious".
Great Sermon! Thank you for this. God has called me to reach out to Catholics. My family is Catholic. I am surrounded by neigbors who are Catholic. I have a heart for reaching them with the truth of Jesus. This is such a great learning and teaching tool for me. May God continue to bless this ministry. I am fighting the emergent church also in the Nazarene denomation. This helps me in both. Jesus never needed help. I can connect the dots, when I read the Word. I want the eyes of the blind to be open. I pray that God will use me daily to show those who are blind the one who can give them sight.
Romayne Wright (Mrs) (10/30/2004)
from Belfast N. Ireland
Great Sermon! Excellent sermon well presented by someone with 'inside' knowledge of the topic. Fascinating insights to how the RC church has twisted many scriptural doctrines in respect of this poor woman who no doubt is 'rolling in her grave' (were it possible!) over how Satan has used her life as a means of taking so many away from the Truth. Steven provides plenty of scripture to back up his points and shows how the Pope himself has committed more heresies and blasphemies in his continuation of venerating Mary as mediatrix and co-redemptrix. One to listen to on this important topic - ESPECIALLY for any Catholics. :-))