Ever since our Lord walked the earth, there have been doctrinal problems associated with the spread of the Gospel. There is nothing wrong with the Gospel itself, but our Lord predicted that where ever the Gospel is proclaimed there would be those who would seek to undermine the doctrinal footing of the Church. C.H. Spurgeon understood this problem all too well and often reminded his congregation that Satan will often mix a great deal of truth with a slight hint of error in order to confuse the flock. The question rarely is the doctrine right or wrong. More often than not, it takes the form of right and almost right.
After patiently waiting for many years, the long awaited new website is at last ready. If you are reading this post, you are already enjoying the new features and interface. It is our hope and prayer, that this new site will be a resource to our friends and supporters. At this point, we are just beginning to tap into the wealth of possibilties that such a tool would mean to the ministry. Please check back frequently for updates, news and information as we try to stay in touch.
What Do We Mean by
by Dr. W. Robert Godfrey
There are two main issues that divide Protestant Catholics from Roman Catholics. Both groups claim to be catholic, that is, part of the apostolic, universal church of Jesus Christ. Roman Catholics believe we Protestants departed from that church in the sixteenth century. Protestant Catholics believe they departed earlier.
One of the ways we seek to influence Canadian society is by displaying and distributing Reformed literature. A very effective way of doing this is by participating at Home School events, denominational conventions, Christian trade shows and local church conventions.