What does the Catholic church teach concerning salvation? What are the sacraments? Can the differences between Catholics and Evangelicals be set aside for the sake of unity? Presented in an easy-to-follow question-and-answer format, this updated biblical evaluation of the Roman Catholic Church explores the similarities and differences between the basic theologies of Catholicism and Protestantism. 96 pages, softcover from Harvest.
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Review 1 for The Facts on Roman Catholicism
Reasoned Biblical inoffensive
Date:February 21, 2011
Finally a booklet on Roman Catholicism which is reasoned, Biblical and inoffensive. Rather than calling the pope the anti-Christ and giving the usual run down of mythical Catholic/political tirades this book gives both Catholic and Biblical doctrines as fact. Extremely helpful were the many quotes and foot notes to established Roman Catholic doctrinal woks. This is what the Bible says, this is what Catholic theologians say, you decide. I find it very, very useful.
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Review 2 for The Facts on Roman Catholicism
Date:January 7, 2010
John continues to use Scripture in discussing the false doctrines in Roman teaching. This is a powerful tool for reaching out to others in the Catholic faith. Also check out at CBD, "Reasoning from the Scriptures with Catholics". A great and loving instruction book on pointing your Catholic friends to the Word of God instead of man made dogma.
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Review 3 for The Facts on Roman Catholicism
Date:December 29, 2009
Unfortunately, this book does not represent the Catholic Church accurately. It continually provides biased opinions of what the Church teaches instead of looking into the actual teachings themselves. I rate it a zero because the title is misleading as it is more of an opinion based, biased representation of what the Catholic Church is believed to be instead of a factual representation of what the Catholic Church is.