Does the Bible prove
the Catholic faith? Does the Bible prove Protestantism?
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Yes, the Bible does
prove the Catholic faith. Even Protestant 'bibles' may be used to prove the
Catholic faith. Uncorrupted translations of Scripture do not prove the
Protestant faith. Although Protestants may believe their Protestant faith is
proved by Scripture, knowledgeable Catholics know that their arguments are often
illogical / taken out of context / distorted / etc. Even their basis of "bible
alone" falls apart since the Bible actually condemns this central thesis of
theirs (for example, see 2 Thes. 2:15). It should be noted that Protestants may
believe that the Catholic faith is disproved by Scripture – and they may adduce
certain passages of Scripture in an attempt to prove their point. Again,
knowledgeable Catholics know that their arguments are often illogical / taken
out of context / distorted / etc. Unfortunately, however, non-Catholics often
use these "proof texts" on unsuspecting, uneducated Catholics to dissuade them
from their faith. Such unfortunate occurrences may be best prevented with proper
education (including basic apologetics courses). It is a fact that the Catholic
faith alone is the only truly biblical faith.
Note: For more on
errors of non-Catholics, try the Non-Catholics (apologetics) Section
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