By J. Parnell McCarter – Puritan News Service
�Garbage in, garbage out.� Perhaps that explains, at least in part, why most Americans are so unaware of Rome�s corruptions and intrigues. Public education and public media have fed them so little true information about the Romish Church (and especially the Vatican), that they have been operating mostly on lies and half-truths.
I will leave off addressing the print and television media for some other article (though it should be sufficiently obvious that a pro-reformed Protestant perspective is almost wholly lacking from both), but will focus here on the popular internet media. Of course, much of the internet media is just an extension of the print and television media (CNN, Washington Post, New York Times, National Review, etc.). So what is true of their character in print and television, follows on the internet. But on the internet we have apparently low-budget upstarts like Drudge Report and Worldnetdaily, willing to tell �the truth, the whole truth�� So we should ask, are even these compromised by Romanism?
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CNN and the New York Times corrupted by Romanism? I wish.