A warning unheeded from 22 years ago

hattip to Elizabeth, I Once Was Lost

The first time I cleaned out my small library of books it was to get rid of those who signed the ECT. Did these men not understand the lives that were martyred and murdered because of the RCC? If they could not recognize the Scarlet Harlot then what else do they not discern? We must guard our faith by being zealous for the truth that is the very foundation of it


Protestants & Catholics: Do They Now Agree?
By John Ankerberg and John Weldon
Harvest House Publishers, 1995, 312 pages

When Chuck Colson’s ecumenical Evangelicals and Catholics Together (ECT) project released its first declaration in 1994, it shook evangelicalism to its core. Some evangelicals greeted the document warmly while many others were appalled by its apparent compromise and betrayal of the Gospel.

Evangelicals and Catholics Together: The Christian Mission in the Third Millennium basically declared that Evangelicals and Catholics both believed in the core teachings of Christianity and needed to unite in an effort to confront the onslaught of secularism.

Several books followed in response to ECT including those written by James R. White, John MacArthur, R.C. Sproul, Michael Horton, and this one by John Ankerberg and John Weldon. Remember John Ankerberg? His Christian apologetics show used to be very popular back in the 80s and 90s and it can still be found…

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7 responses to “A warning unheeded from 22 years ago

  1. Thanks for the reblog, Sherry! Yes, how the “evangelical” signers of the first and subsequent ECT documents were able reconcile Roman Catholicism with the Gospel is totally beyond my comprehension. There was a spiritual blindness involved of a very diabolical nature.

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    • I am, too, SLIMJIM. Its from 1995 and I believe that it was John Ankerberg that gave me the heads up back then about the ECT. I used to watch his show all of the time but I’ve never read his books.

      Have a blessed night!

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