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Friday, March 24, 2017
Date Posted:
5/1/1998

Contents
Introduction (1-6)
The Bible (9-23)
The Pope (24-42)
The Sacraments (43-51)
Confirmation (53-54)
Lord's Supper (55-78)
Priesthood (79-94)
Matrimony (95-97)
SIN (98-107)
Forgiveness (108-122)
Indulgences (123-127)
Penance (128-141)
Purgatory (142-159)
Mariolatry (160-187)
Angels (188-208)
Reformation (210-213)
Patrick (214-228)
Ecumenism (229-240)


Confirmation (53-54)


A Concise Guide to Bible Christianity and Romanism
Dr. Ian R.K. Paisley


  1. What does Rome teach about Confirmation?
  2. Why do we reject Rome's Confirmation as a Sacrament?

Back to Top 53. What does Rome teach about Confirmation?

The Church of Rome teaches that Confirmation is 'a Sacrament instituted by our Lord by which the faithful who have already been made children of God by Baptism receive the Holy Ghost by prayer, unction or anointing with oil, and the laying on of hands of a Bishop'.

Back to Top 54. Why do we reject Rome's Confirmation as a Sacrament?

We reject Rome's Confirmation as a Sacrament as practised by the Church of Rome because no such Ordinance was instituted by our Lord Jesus Christ. Rome herself cannot tell when Christ instituted this so-called Sacrament. Her answer is: 'The time is not certain but Divines most probably hold it was instituted at Christ's Last Supper, or between the Resurrection and Ascension.'

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