So apparently, John had two disciples who he taught, Saint Polycarp Martyr (A.D. 69-155) and St. Ignatius of Antioch born in Syria, around the year 50; died at Rome between 98 and 117.
I had a fellow well known Catholic friend telling me that they were taught by John, so basically it all started by me saying that the pilgrims had the right gospel by believing in Jesus Christ alone by faith, and he concluded so all the history of Church fathers had it wrong, he mentioned two of them so i did a simple research from Catholic sources to show you that, John does not agree with Polycarp nor Ignatius, thus Polycarp disagreeing with Ignatius as well. Basically every one is contradicting each other, but we know that Saint John is correct because of what he wrote in account of the Bible, the first book of the gospels. So this is for all my Catholic friends to realize that they are in a Lie, I'm not about converting you into Protestantism, but for you to realize the true gospel that saves! not that which has no hope.
So let's see what they are in disagreement
👉Purgatory NOT SUPPORTED BY Polycarp👈 (69-150), “ . . . This do in the assurance that all these have not run in vain, but in faith and righteousness, and that they are now in their due place in the presence of the Lord, with whom also they suffered. For they loved not this present world, but Him who died for us, and for our sakes was raised again by God from the dead." (The Epistle of Polycarp to the Philippians, 9).
👉Saint Ignatius of Antioch SUPPORTS PURGATORY👈 “That there should be some fire even after this life is not incredible, and it can be inquired into and either be discovered or left hidden whether some of the faithful may be saved, some more slowly and some more quickly in the greater or lesser degree in which they loved the good things that perish, through a certain purgatorial fire” -Saint Augustine, Father and Doctor of the Church, (Handbook on Faith, Hope, and Charity 18:69 [A.D. 421]). (CONTINUED IN COMMENTS)