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  1. Jun 19, 2014 · Answer: What you heard is about 20% true and 80% false. In the beginning of Christianity there was just one church, founded by the apostles. This church rejected a number of false teachings over the first three or four centuries, but gradually the church itself evolved away from some of the basic qualities of the primitive church.

  2. If the Catholic Church has been once the true Church of God, as admitted by all, then she is the true Church still, and shall be the true Church of God until the end of time. For Christ has promised that the gates of hell shall not prevail against the Church.

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  4. The Roman Catholic church is the largest cult in the world and most preachers will not openly say so because it is so large. For Catholics who read this--if you will only believe the holy scriptures--the Bible ( Authorized Version of 1611 )--and nothing else, you can be released from deception today.

  5. Oct 01, 1992 · The main point we have to discuss, then, is not whether the Methodist, Congregationalist, Presbyterian, Anglican or, Roman Catholic Church is the one Christ founded, but whether he did, in fact, found any organized church. Nine out of ten of the people who reject the Catholic Church do so not because they believe that Christ established some other church, but because they believe he established no organized church at all.

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  6. Apr 26, 2021 · The ability to trace one’s church back to the “first church” through apostolic succession is an argument used by a number of different churches to assert that their church is the “one true church.” The Roman Catholic Church makes this claim. The Greek Orthodox Church makes this claim. Some Protestant denominations make this claim.

  7. Aug 27, 2021 · The Catholic Church is most certainly universal; that is, for all men of all times in all places. Saint Ignatius' letter represents the earliest recorded use of "Catholic" to refer to the Church ...

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