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  1. Jun 06, 2013 · So that means the Catholic Church no longer views itself as the "one true Church," right? Not so fast . . . 1. The Source of the Issue. The source of the issue is found in Vatican II's dogmatic ...

  2. Mar 01, 2012 · The true Church of Christ. The Church of Christ attempts to make a case for Christian unity predicated upon the restoration of primitive Christianity. At first glance, it seems like a reasonable approach. But when starting assumptions are flawed, conclusions will be as well.

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  4. Oct 01, 1992 · The founders of Protestantism, Martin Luther and John Calvin, taught that Christ’s Church consists of all those whom God has predestined to heaven. More recently Adolf Harnack, a leading member of the so-called critical school of Protestants, maintained that the important thing was the spirit of Christ, the spirit of love for God and men.

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  5. Ten Reasons the Catholic Church is the One True Church of Jesus while other Christian groups derive their elements of truth from her fullness. 1.The Bible is a Catholic book. It was Pope Damasus’ Council of Rome in 382 AD which drew up the official list of the books of the Bible.

  6. Jan 15, 2016 · The true Church of Christ in its genuine form during the time of Christ and the apostles shall be transformed into a Church that upholds false doctrines or teachings after the demise of the apostles. When the apostles were gone, the turning away from the faith predicted by the apostles began to unfold.

  7. Jan 01, 2022 · And the Catholic Church sees itself as the one true church. So they see all church history (until the Protestant Reformation) as the history of the Catholic church. However, the hierarchy of the Catholic Church, with the Bishop of Rome as the Pope, goes back only to the 4th century and the Emperor Constantine (dubious Catholic historical claims ...