Catholic Answers: Ready Reasons
Can We Know God's Truth Without the Church?
Episode 19 • 2m 8s
St. John teaches in 1 John 2:27 that we have no need of a man to teach us since we have the Holy Spirit. Is John denying the Catholic belief that Jesus gave us a magisterium (a living, teaching authority)? Karlo Broussard gives the reason why the answer is no, and explains what John means by this.
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