Charisma MediaEntonces, ¿Cuál Es la Diferencia? (So, What's the Difference?)
Este libro ha sido completamente revisado y actualizado para el siglo 21 para ayudar a los cristianos a entender mejor sus propias creencias. Este clásico, lanzado en 1967, brinda respuestas fáciles de entender, sin abrir juicio, a la pregunta: ¿En qué se diferencia el cristianismo bíblico de las otras religiones y tipos de fe? En este libro, Fritz Ridenour explica los principios básicos del protestantismo, el judaísmo, el islam, el hinduismo, el budismo, los Testigos de Jehová, la cienciología, la Nueva Era, el mormonismo y otras religiones y sistemas de creencias en el mundo.
This book has been revised and updated for the 21st century to help Christians better understand their own beliefs. A classic, first released in 1967, this revision takes a current look at the answer to the question, how does orthodox biblical Christianity differ from other faiths? In a straightforward, noncritical comparison, Fritz Ridenour explores and explains the basic tenets of Roman Catholicism, Eastern Orthodoxy, Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Jehovah's Witnesses, Christian Science, New Age, Mormonism, Postmodernism and more.
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Date:October 2, 2008
Although the Spanish version of this classic book presents the same excellent overview of dangerous cults like the Jehovah's Witnesses, the Mormons, the Moonies, et. al., both of the chapters detailing the gross errors of Roman Catholicism and Eastern Orthodoxy have been removed, apparently as "politically incorrect" for a Spanish speaking audience. In their place is a single paragraph at the end of Chapter One, simply indicating that over time, the Roman Church added to her doctrine teachings that were not based upon the Scriptures. Martin Luther is mentioned by name as a Catholic monk who sought to reform the Church, but his views were rejected and he was expelled. There is no detailed analysis of Roman errors, such as the rejection of salvation by grace alone through faith alone, or the authority of Scripture vs. the authority of church councils and the Pope, etc. as found in the English version. People paid for these issues with their lives, yet all that is glossed over with barely a mention here. Anyone thinking of purchasing this book to give to a Catholic Latino friend, for example, as I did, will be disappointed, as I was. Sadly, the Spanish version of this classic book is a truncated edition of the English version. I do not recommend it for outreach to Spanish-speaking Catholics at all.