The Immaculate Conception is the first dogma defined by the Roman Catholic Church in the modern era that demonstrates with striking clarity the utter disconnection between Scripture and Tradition and the modern Roman Magisterium. With breathtaking boldness Rome defined a dogma not only utterly unknown to the writers of Scripture, and unknown to the earliest Christian generations, but a belief boldly denied by many leading theologians of her own past when it finally did come to light as part of a growing Marian piety. In this fascinating debate James White takes on Roman Catholic attorney Christopher Ferrara on the topic of the Immaculate Conception. The cross-examination period shows with striking clarity the role of "Sola Ecclesia" in the thinking of the Roman Catholic apologist. An excellent inquiry into the claims of Rome and her authoritarian system. (3 hours 20 Minutes) *****Note: The audio of this debate was taken off of the room and not through a soundboard. As such the sound has an echo like effect to it.