Two new articles have been added, which are:
  1. Why Does Rome Teach What it Does About Justification and Salvation?

    From the vantage point of the great sixteenth-century magisterial Reformation, the Roman Catholic Church’s problems in the area of soteriology (and there are many) begin in the arena of authority. Protestantism has one authority—the inspired Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments. Rome has two authorities—Scripture and Tradition—and Protestantism disagrees with Rome’s understanding of and teaching on both.

  2. Fifty-Five Theses Against Transubstantiation

    In this article, the author lists 55 'theses' (statements) concerning the Roman Catholic doctrine of the Eucharist; in particular "transubstantiation".
You can read both of these articles here: Roman Catholicism.

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