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The Christian Research Institute (CRI) conducted an investigation. Their initial findings were not flattering on the question of whether this group is a church or a cult. They later retracted their conclusion after further research. Here is their retraction: http://www.equip.org/article/we-were-wrong/ Main article about the Local Church and their beliefs: ...


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There is so much that the two faiths have in common but I would simply state the 3 most important differences are: 1) Anglicans put Scriptural Authority as ultimate authority. R. Catholics put the Pope's authority as the ultimate authority 2) Anglicans believe that the Eucharist is a precious memorial to Christ and, at it's heart, a mystery. The R. ...


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This question is a bit old, but there is an omission in the only answer. fi11222's answer states that both ransom and penal substitution theories of atonement view God as needing payment of some form. I agree with the description of penal substitution, but I believe the orthodox ransom theory generally teaches that the ransom was paid to death and not God ...



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