In the second part of a three part series on the Catholic faith, Walter Martin looks at Matthew 16:13-20, one of the most interesting dialogues in the Bible between the Lord Jesus Christ and His Apostles--a dialogue that the Catholic Church quotes often as proof of its ultimate authority to speak in the name of God.
In America, the face of the Catholic Church is different than that presented in Italy or Spain, but the centrality of the infallible Papacy remains the same and it is this doctrine that shapes the thoughts, writings, and apologetics of the Catholic Church. Tonight, Walter Martin examines the key differences that persist between Roman Catholic and Protestant theology.
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