Rome's Pathological Urge
For Togetherness

Since Vatican II, Rome has maintained a steady flow of verbiage intended to convince Christians, as well as Catholics and other pagans, that we should overlook those things which separate us and just come together under the umbrella of Mother Church.

It is to be expected that the Catholic faithful will blindly swallow whatever Rome offers, but the sad fact is that some evangelicals also are being seduced by Rome's syrupy importuning.


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