The Two Babylons Print Chapter 3, Section 3 The Nativity of St. John Previous Chapter – Next Chapter Previous Chapter – Next Chapter Additional Bible Study Materials Why did John the BaptistDOUBT Jesus was the Savior? Picture of where Johnthe Baptist preached the gospel! What IS abaptism of FIRE? Which FISH doesGod say NOT to […]

Catholicism Catholicism is a broad term for the body of the Catholicfaith, its theologies and doctrines, its liturgical, ethical, spiritual, and behavioral characteristics, as well as a religious people as a whole.[1][2] For many the term usually refers to Christians and churches, western and eastern, in full communion with the Holy See.[3] For others it […]

“Is praying the rosary Scriptural?”……While much of what the prayer of the rosary contains is scriptural, the whole second half of the "Hail Mary" and portions of the "Hail, Holy Queen" are blatantly unbiblical. While the first part of the Hail Mary is almost a direct quotation from Luke 1:28, there is no scriptural basis […]

We receive quite a few questions from Catholics and about Catholicism. Let us be abundantly clear, GotQuestions.org is not a Catholic ministry. We strongly believe that the Bible is to be our guide for faith and practice. While we recognize the value of church traditions, we refuse to accept any tradition that is not clearly […]

The following insert was copied, word for word from the hand out given to everyone attending a baptism ceremony in the Catholic Church. The words or statements marked in blue are the areas highlighted as not biblical or an incorrect interpretation or understanding of the Baptism .If a teaching is Biblical (taken in context), it […]

“Are apparitions of Mary, such as Lady Fatima, true messages from God?”……In Catholic tradition, there are many reported occurrences of Mary, angels, and/or saints appearing and delivering a message from God. It is likely that, at least in some of these cases, the people were genuinely seeing something supernatural. While some of what is seen […]

“What is Roman Catholicism?” Catholicism is a broad term for the body of the Catholic faith, its theologies and doctrines, its liturgical, ethical, spiritual, and behavioral characteristics, as well as a religious people as a whole. For many the term usually refers to Christians and churches, western and eastern, in full communion with the Holy […]