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- World’s Pro-Life Leaders Pledge Stand Against Pope, Pastors on Marriage and Family Posted on: Monday, December 11, 2017
- Preview The Remnant Print-Edition (Featuring a never before published talk by Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre.) Posted on: Sunday, December 10, 2017
- Pope Francis: The Our Father "Induces Temptation" Posted on: Friday, December 8, 2017
- SPIRITUAL NEWSFLASH: New from Remnant TV Posted on: Wednesday, December 6, 2017
The essence of the heresy of Pelagius, a holy monk who went badly wrong, is denial of the dogma of Original Sin and the effects of Adam’s transgression upon the whole human race. Pelagianism holds that man is not in a fallen state and that his free will alone is able to reach perfection in virtue, even if grace may assist in the endeavor. The existence of an original Paradise and state of human perfection in Adam and Eve are also denied, with death and concupiscence viewed as natural to man. Pelagius also anticipated by more than a thousand years the Lutheran master-heresy of justification by fiducial faith in Christ alone, with no interior transformation and elevation to a state of grace.
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The pro-life movement is divided over the case of a pregnant high school student who violated her Christian school chastity pledge and will be barred from "walking" at her graduation ceremony. The young lady is complaining to the New York Times, the mainstream media are crucifying the school principal, and some pro-life groups are accusing the Christian school of a form of "shaming" that will lead to more abortions.
So, what's going on here, and why isn't every pro-life group in America supporting this Christian school's efforts to fight the fundamental cause of abortion among teens--premarital sex? Is the pro-life movement lowering the bar on promiscuity? Plus, what is a 'pro-life feminist'?
Pope Francis and Lutheran "Bishops" (Male and Female) Commemorate Luther's Revolt in Sweden
As we approach the 500th anniversary of the Protestant revolt and the planned “commemoration” of the event by the Modernists in Rome, it serves as an opportune time to review Luther’s errors and heresies on justification, as well as the immediate fruits that they produced (Mt. 7:20). We will see that Luther’s teaching on justification by faith alone (sola fide) is not simply “faith without works,” as some imagine, but is instead rooted in an entirely different notion of faith, which is believed to justify and save man without requiring obedience to the moral law. We will also see that his errors were rooted in a disdain for the holy justice of God and His moral Law, combined with a consequent distortion of Divine mercy – very similar to the errors infecting many high ranking prelates today.