Nothing in My Hand I Bring: Understanding Differences Between Roman Catholic and Protestant Believers
When Ray Galea submitted his life to Christ, he had a problem on his hands: Which church should he go to? I did not want to assume that just because I was born a Catholic, this was by definition...
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When Ray Galea submitted his life to Christ, he had a problem on his hands: Which church should he go to?
I did not want to assume that just because I was born a Catholic, this was by definition the right choice. I knew I could just as easily have been born a Baptist or a Mormon. So I spent the next six months reading and talking to priests and ministers to find out the differences between Catholics and Protestants. How did each of their teachings compare with the teaching of Jesus and the apostles?
This book is a kind of re-tracing of Ray's investigation, looking at the key issues which continue to divide Protestants and Catholics, and assessing them in light of the teaching of Scripture.
A challenging and invaluable book for Protestants and Catholics alike.
1. Growing up Catholic
2. Which Catholicism?
3. Christ and the Mass
4. The Bible and the Church
5. The way of salvation
6. It's just grace
8. It is finished
Appendix: The new Catholicism
Ray Galea (Senior Minister) of St Alban's Multicultural Bible Ministry (St Alban's MBM) a growing multicultural church in the west of Sydney. Our church is home to people from all cultures, styles and walks of life. We're united together as one big family, through a loving personal relationship with God.
Prior to attending Moore College, Sydney, Ray worked as a Social Worker in Wollongong for three years, specialising in Marriage and Family Counseling. Ray sees himself as having a special brief to work cross culturally among second generation Mediterranean and Middle Eastern people in the west of Sydney. He is the author of Nothing in my hand in Bring a response to Catholicism by one who grew up in a Catholic home, and God is Enough