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MOBI BOOK - Simple Answers—Understanding the Catholic Faith (An Evangelical Primer)



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Pages: 160
Format Digital Product (Download at Checkout)
Publisher Lighthouse Trails Publishing

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It is not just a fluke or an aberration that the evangelical churches and the Catholic Church are coming into alignment with each other. The Catholic Church is taking a softer view of the evangelical church, and the evangelical church is starting to downplay the traditional and significant differences that have kept it at bay with the Roman Catholic Church. 


By on  30 June 2020 (MOBI BOOK - Simple Answers—Understanding the Catholic Faith (An Evangelical Primer)) :

Simple Answers - Understanding The Catholic Faith

Ray Yungen does an excellent job touching on the major points of contention, and helping the reader to realize that Roman Catholicism is not just another form of true Christianity, but is actually a form of unbelief in the one true Biblical Lord Jesus Christ who is able to " save to the uttermost" (Hebrews 7:25). He also brings out the current "mystical" trend and it's connection between Catholics and evangelicals. A very good counter to the current trend towards acceptance of Roman Catholicism among evangelicals. The two short appendices by Roger Oakland and David Dombrowski are also quite helpful. A good job condensing a broad subject into a quick read. Very informative!


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