At The Cripplegate, Nathan Busenitz, professor of theology at The Master’s Seminary, shares some of the differences between the biblical gospel and the gospel according to the Roman Catholic Church. He writes:
Before evangelicals rush headlong to enthusiastically embrace the new pope (pretending as if the Reformation never happened), they should stop and remember the fact that the Roman Catholic Church teaches a gospel that is utterly incompatible with the biblical gospel of grace. In the same way that Paul denounced the false teachings of the Judaizers (Gal. 1:6-9), the gospel according to Rome deserves unhesitating words of condemnation.