THE ANCIENT ROMAN CATHOLIC FAITH CONTRASTED WITH MODERN POPERY

Feileadh Mor

by JOSEPH IRONS

The absurd boast about “the march of intellect, the enlightened age, and the schoolmaster abroad,” has so bewildered the minds of men, that they now fancy that Satan is not so black as he used to be, that sin is not so ugly as it has been represented, and that the Man of Sin is not now the monster described in the word of God, nor so hostile to the well-being of society as in the dark ages: hence, the cloak of universal charity is cast over the, so-called, little little differences, and nominal Christians amalgamate with Papists, Socinians, and other Infidels; and pulpit orations, as well as the trash which emanates from the press, employ such ambiguous phraseology as shall not offend carnal-minded religionists of any class.

Where is now the difference between the Universities and the Dissenters’ Colleges, except in classical advantages? Do not the…

View original post 298 more words