Catholic Answers to Protestant Questions

Catholic Answers to Protestant Questions
Title Catholic Answers to Protestant Questions PDF eBook
Author John Pasquini
Publisher iUniverse
Total Pages 128
Release 2003-05-06
Genre Religion
ISBN 0595277101

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Catholic Answers to Protestant Questions is a must read for those seeking to grow in their Catholic identity. Here are just a few of the questions that are covered in this book: Where did the Bible come from? Was Christ or Constantine the founder of the Catholic Church? Was Peter the first Pope? What do Catholics mean by being "born again" and why do they baptize children? Where do Catholics find the seven sacraments in the Bible? Why do Catholics believe in the Eucharist as the Body and Blood of Christ? Why do we need a priest to forgive serious sins? What are indulgences and why are they needed? Where can we find a priest being referred to as "Father" in the Bible? Do Catholics worship saints? What is the communion of saints? Is Mary the Mother of God? Did Jesus have brothers and sisters? Was Mary assumed into heaven? Is there a purgatory? Is there a rapture? Is salvation assured? Are we justified by faith alone, or by faith and works? Do Catholics practice idol worship?

Meeting the Protestant Challenge: How to Answer 50 Biblical Objections to Catholic Beliefs

Meeting the Protestant Challenge: How to Answer 50 Biblical Objections to Catholic Beliefs
Title Meeting the Protestant Challenge: How to Answer 50 Biblical Objections to Catholic Beliefs PDF eBook
Author Karlo Broussard
Publisher
Total Pages
Release 2019-09-15
Genre Religion
ISBN 9781683571445

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The Protestant's Dilemma

The Protestant's Dilemma
Title The Protestant's Dilemma PDF eBook
Author Devin Rose
Publisher Catholic Answers
Total Pages 224
Release 2014-02-27
Genre Religion
ISBN 9781938983610

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What if Protestantism were true? What if the Reformers really were heroes, the Bible the sole rule of faith, and Christ's Church just an invisible collection of loosely united believers? As an Evangelical, Devin Rose used to believe all of it. Then one day the nagging questions began. He noticed things about Protestant belief and practice that didn't add up. He began following the logic of Protestant claims to places he never expected it to go -leading to conclusions no Christians would ever admit to holding. In The Protestant's Dilemma, Rose examines over thirty of those conclusions, showing with solid evidence, compelling reason, and gentle humor how the major tenets of Protestantism - if honestly pursued to their furthest extent - wind up in dead ends. The only escape? Catholic truth. Rose patiently unpacks each instance, and shows how Catholicism solves the Protestant's dilemma through the witness of Scripture, Christian history, and the authority with which Christ himself undeniably vested his Church.

When God Spoke Greek

When God Spoke Greek
Title When God Spoke Greek PDF eBook
Author Timothy Michael Law
Publisher Oxford University Press, USA
Total Pages 229
Release 2013-08-15
Genre Bibles
ISBN 0199781729

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Most readers do not know about the Bible used almost universally by early Christians, or about how that Bible was birthed, how it grew to prominence, and how it differs from the one used as the basis for most modern translations. Although it was one of the most important events in the history of our civilization, the translation of the Hebrew Scriptures into Greek in the third century BCE is an event almost unknown outside of academia. Timothy Michael Law offers the first book to make this topic accessible to a wider audience. Retrospectively, we can hardly imagine the history of Christian thought, and the history of Christianity itself, without the Old Testament. When the Emperor Constantine adopted the Christian faith, his fusion of the Church and the State ensured that the Christian worldview (which by this time had absorbed Jewish ideals that had come to them through the Greek translation) would leave an imprint on subsequent history. This book narrates in a fresh and exciting way the story of the Septuagint, the Greek Scriptures of the ancient Jewish Diaspora that became the first Christian Old Testament.

The Catholic Church has the Answer

The Catholic Church has the Answer
Title The Catholic Church has the Answer PDF eBook
Author Paul Whitcomb
Publisher TAN Books
Total Pages 46
Release 1994-11
Genre Religion
ISBN 1505106923

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A follow-up to Confession of a Roman Catholic. This book provides the answers to 34 questions commonly asked about the Church. One of our most popular booklets. Great for evangelization and instruction.

The Early Church Was the Catholic Church

The Early Church Was the Catholic Church
Title The Early Church Was the Catholic Church PDF eBook
Author Joe Heschmeyer
Publisher Catholic Answers Press
Total Pages 256
Release 2021-10-15
Genre Religion
ISBN 9781683572466

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With One Accord

With One Accord
Title With One Accord PDF eBook
Author Douglas M. Beaumont
Publisher Catholic Answers Press
Total Pages 192
Release 2020-09-15
Genre Religion
ISBN 9781683571896

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The apostles and early Christians believed and worshiped in unity-in doctrine and practice following Jesus' wish that "they may be one" (John 17:21). But today, Christianity is splintered by the Reformation and its 500-year legacy of division, with Protestant groups divided among themselves and separated from Catholicism by a set of seemingly non-negotiable differences. Traditionally, Catholic apologetics has tried to bridge that separation by using Scripture, history, and logic to help Protestants see the truth of Church teaching. In With One Accord, former Evangelical professor Douglas Beaumont takes another approach: working for accord with Protestants by reasoning from the things they already believe and do. Using principles that orthodox, Bible-believing Protestants broadly affirm, he arrives at particulars of Catholic belief, showing that in many cases the division isn't as wide or deep as we thought. Splitting the difference between ecumenism and apologetics, With One Accord is a sign of hope for Christian unity and a great resource Catholics looking to have friendly and productive conversations with their Protestant friends. Book jacket.