Understanding LEGALISM (general)
Of course you already know that I disagree with you on this topic as I see refusal to submit to authority as a rejection of Christ's Kingdom, but what I really wanted to mention is that all of the comments about the Catholic Church not letting members read the Bible are bologna. I am reasonably confident that you may call any Catholic Church and ask when their Bible studies are.This is in addition to the Masses where the Bible is read and taught daily, covering the entire Bible (minus genealogies) over the course of three years. I suppose that it's due to my legalistic mindset that I despise the deliberate dishonesty, but despite the view that we are utterly incapable of displeasing God once we have been 'saved', He does instruct us to always be truthful, and even places liars in the same category as homosexuals in 1 Timothy 1:10. Living without guilt, as the article that you posted incites, is living according to the flesh. You are to have the mind of Christ... He was sinless not because His sins were not counted against Him, but because He lived according to the Spirit. You should feel guilt when you willingly disobey the Spirit.
I asked The Lord how much He loved me
He stretched out His arms and said, "this much"
Then He died for me