I’ve read through CARM’s arguments. Most of them — probably 75% — misstate the Catholic position and then argue against what they wrongly think Catholics believe.
Just as an example, CARM thinks Catholic priests are acting as “other mediators between God and man.” But Catholics believe Jesus is the one mediator between God and man : our priests are merely earthly administrators of Christ’s priesthood, not seperate mediators between God and man. “Christ Jesus [is] the one mediator between God and men,” CCC 1544. “Only Christ is the true priest, the others being only his ministers,” CCC 1545.
Another example is that CARM claims the Catholics sacrifice Jesus over and over in the Eucharist, whereas Jesus said on the cross, “It is finished.” But Catholics believe the Eucharist is the same sacrifice made on the cross, not a million new sacrifices made over and over. “The redemptive sacrifice of Christ is unique, accomplished once for all; yet it is made present in the Eucharistic sacrifice of the Church.” CCC 1545.
These are glaring misstatements of Catholic belief. So yeah, it’s easy to use Scripture to disprove things that Catholics DON’T believe LOL.
Keep a copy of the Catechism of the Catholic Church handy near your computer. Every time you see a CARM argument, look up in the Catechism and compare what the Catholic Church REALLY teaches to what CARM CLAIMS it teaches. You’ll soon see how grossly inaccurate their claims are.