Anything Goes Faith? – Rob Zins vs. Ed Jordan

August 11, 2013

Rob Zins,ThM, Dallas Theological Seminary (website: http://www.CWRC-RZ.ORG), debates Monsignor Ed Jordan on the basic tenets of the Christian Gospel. The Diocese of Austin, Texas sent Monsignor Jordan as its official representative to oppose the16 hour cable access television series entitled, “Roman Catholicism Series” by Rob Zins and Larry Wessels, director of Christian Answers of Austin, Texas/ Christian Debater (YouTube channel CANSWERSTV; see our playlist of 66 videos on Roman Catholicism at…, websites:,, & The 16 hour series (which is now posted on the internet) highlighted how the Roman Catholic religion deviates from historic, Biblical Christianity (episode topics include “The Roman Mass,” “Roman Catholic Inventions,” “Vatican II,” “Doctrine of Mary,” “Doctrine of the Pope,” “Doctrine of Purgatory,” “The Roman Priesthood,” “Roman Universalism,” “Roman Catholic Apologists,” etc.). Dale Delony of Peaceway Productions moderates this debate. Questions about how people are saved from the coming wrath of the God of the Bible are dealt with by the debaters as well as who specifically will be saved from this wrath. This debate clearly demonstrates the difference between Roman Catholic religion and its “traditions” in addition to scripture and historic Biblical Christianity. To see more examination presentations on Roman Catholicism type LARRY WESSELS in the YOUTUBE search box & look for videos dealing with this topic (including Larry Wessels’ 2 hour debate with Dr. Robert Fastiggi of Saint Edward’s University entitled “Does Romanism Preach Another Gospel? Debate”). This is Part #1 of a series of 2.

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