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A biblical defense of Catholicism

Author: Dave Armstrong
Publisher: Manchester, N.H. : Sophia Institute Press, ©2003.
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"This exciting book shows that, far from straying from the Bible, Catholicism is eminently and thoroughly biblical. Indeed, Catholicism is the only Christian religion that is in full conformity with what the Bible clearly teaches. To demonstrate this, Catholic author Dave Armstrong (a former Protestant campus missionary) focuses on those issues about which Catholics and Protestants disagree the most: the role of the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Apologetic works
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Dave Armstrong
ISBN: 1928832954 9781928832959
OCLC Number: 51861776
Description: xviii, 297 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Bible and tradition : maintain the traditions --
Justification : faith apart from works is barren --
Development of doctrine : he will teach you --
The Eucharist : this is my body --
The sacrifice of the Mass : a lamb slain --
The Communion of Saints : all who are in Christ --
Purgatory : saved, but only as through fire --
Penance : share Christ's sufferings --
The Blessed Virgin Mary : hail, full of grace.
Responsibility: Dave Armstrong.
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"This exciting book shows that, far from straying from the Bible, Catholicism is eminently and thoroughly biblical. Indeed, Catholicism is the only Christian religion that is in full conformity with what the Bible clearly teaches. To demonstrate this, Catholic author Dave Armstrong (a former Protestant campus missionary) focuses on those issues about which Catholics and Protestants disagree the most: the role of the Bible as a rule of faith, whether we are justified by faith alone, whether doctrine develops, what the Eucharist really is, veneration of Mary and prayer to the saints, the existence of purgatory, the role of penance in salvation, and the nature and infallibility of the papacy."--Publisher's website.

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