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Protestants and Catholics: Do They Now Agree?

John AnkerbergJohn Weldon
Protestants and Catholics: Do They Now Agree?

Protestants and Catholics: Do They Now Agree?

John AnkerbergJohn Weldon

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John Ankerberg & John WeldonFor centuries, Protestants and Catholics have battled overthe crucial issue of how a sinful man is forgiven by a holyGod. Recently, in an unprecedented move, both sides signed anew agreement. This thought-provoking book provides urgentanswers to possibly the most far-reaching change inChristendom since the Reformation. 298 pages, from HarvestHouse.

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About "Protestants and Catholics: Do They Now Agree?"

John Ankerberg & John WeldonFor centuries, Protestants and Catholics have battled overthe crucial issue of how a sinful man is forgiven by a holyGod. Recently, in an unprecedented move, both sides signed anew agreement. This thought-provoking book provides urgentanswers to possibly the most far-reaching change inChristendom since the Reformation. 298 pages, from HarvestHouse.
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Contents^^ Personal Word from R. C. Sproul^ Personal Word from John MacArthur, Jr^ Personal Word from D. James Kennedy^^1. The Winds of Change^2. The Dividing Issues^3. The Apostle James ^4. The Official Catholic Standard^5. The Bible and justification^6. The Catholic Sacraments^7. Penance, Confession, and the Rosary^8. Indulgences^9. Purgatory^10. Redefining Biblical Words^11. Two Ways of Reading the Bible^12. Evangelicals and Catholics Together^13. Impact of Ecumenism^14. What Should Be Agreed Upon?^15. What Does the Bible Say?^16. Results of Catholic Doctrine^17. The One True Church?^18. The One True Church?^19. Problems of Dialogue^20. A Personal Word to Catholics^21. A Personal Word to Evangelicals^^Appendixes:^A: Categories of Roman Catholicism Today^B: How the Roman Catholic Church, the Papacy, and Catholic Tradition Arose^C: What Does Rome Think of Evangelicals?^D: How Far Has Roman Catholic Doctrine Deviated from Biblical Theology?^E: Internal Fomentation in the Catholic Church: How Rome Has Changed and Not Changed^F: "Evangelicals and Catholics Together" Statement^^Notes^Index p. 311^
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Examines the questions that people are asking regarding efforts to unite Catholics and Protestants. Compares God's Word with the current teachings of the Catholic Church.
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Meet the Authors

John Ankerberg

Dr. John Ankerberg is host of the award-winning apologetics TV and radio program The John Ankerberg Show, which is broadcast in more than 185 countries. Founder and president of the Ankerberg Theological Research Institute, John has authored more than 60 books, including the bestselling Facts On Apologetics Series with over 1.5 million copies in print, and other substantial titles such as What's The Big Deal About Jesus?; The Da Vinci Code Controversy; and Defending Your Faith.

John Weldon

John Weldon (Ph.D., Pacific College of Graduate Studies; D.Min., Luther Rice Seminary) has authored or co-authored more than 80 books with emphasis in contemporary religious movements. With Dr. John Ankerberg, he has co-authored What Do Mormons Really Believe?, Fast Facts on Islam, the Facts On Series of apologetic booklets, and others.-
Koorong -Editorial Review.

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  • Catalogue Code 79864
  • Product Code 1565073142
  • EAN 9781565073142
  • Pages 312
  • Department Academic
  • Category Theology
  • Sub-Category Roman Catholicism
  • Publisher Harvest House
  • Publication Date Feb 1995
  • Dimensions 203 x 133 x 21 mm
  • Weight 0.363kg

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