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Explanations like this can be found in virtually every chapter.
Merely coming up with an alternative interpretation that "tickles his ears" is not enough to invalidate opinions that differ from his own.
Furthermore, Rhodes does not ponder the deeper theological arguments of the Universal and Historic Church.
Great Book. Very informative and easy to use in researching the differences.
I would recommend it to any Christian who wants a fuller understanding of the
Logical and well presented. A must read for those who love catholics and want them to come to Christ.Published 3 months ago by K. Alexander
Written from the Protestant perspective it shows the equal importance of tradition and scripture to the Roman Catholic church and the primary importance of Scripture to... Read morePublished 4 months ago by GILBERT D WILLIAMSON
This book was purchased for our library by the Acquisitions clerk as an excellent resource for student learning and research.Published 7 months ago by Bible college librarian
I found this book very shallow and assuming that every Catholic is the same. I work with Catholics in the Philippines and found that very little if any of the suggestions in this... Read morePublished 7 months ago by wickshome
Awesome and very good , bringing me a clearer understanding in Catholics and what they believe , so enjoying it amenPublished 9 months ago by Roberto
There is no way to describe the material in this book other than "ridiculous!" The author quotes anti-Catholic publications and writers that have been proven to be... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Legalrule
The Roman Catholic Controversy, and
The Church of Rome at the Bar of History
are the three books that anyone must read if they want to engage effectively... Read more
If your looking for a lot of background info and catholic history I would recommed this book. It was a hard read at times.Published 12 months ago by Robert DeLeon