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For many years we have all appreciated Dr. Martin's considerable contributions to the mission of the Church. Now he gives us a profound doctrinal foundation for understanding and implementing the 'new evangelization.' This is a shot in the arm for bishops, priests, and laity as we respond to the Holy Father's call.
Dr. Ralph Martin's Will Many Be Saved? contributes significantly to a richer understanding of our faith, helps restore confidence in the gospel message, and engenders a desire to share the truth of Christ's message. An important contribution to the pastoral strategy of the 'new evangelization.'
Martin clarifies a doctrinal point that has been often obscured but must be recovered as a necessary foundation for the 'new evangelization.' This is a uniquely important book."
Provides a refreshing reminder of the undiminished urgency and validity of the missionary mandate of Jesus to his followers to evangelize.
These penetrating reflections will compel us to reassess our pastoral approach to the preaching of the gospel in our present circumstances. An important book.
Our response to the new evangelization will lack enthusiasm and conviction if we don't realize what's truly at stake here -- our eternal salvation in Christ. Ralph Martin's book provides much-needed clarity on these very important issues.
I highly recommend that all Catholics and other Christians concerned with salvation give this important book the attention it deserves.
This book is badly needed in the Catholic world today. It is a very fine systematic treatment of the problem of universalism of salvation that is now in the air most Catholic... Read morePublished 1 month ago by M. Pilon
many will be afraid to face the facts in this book
the research and information is astounding and can't be denied
Martin's text is a must-read for Christian, especially Catholic, evangelists as it challenges the widespread conception that pretty much everyone is going to be saved. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Matthew Ramage, Ph.D.
Good information in this book but its difficult to follow as Mr. Martin's presentation is not for the casual reader. Read morePublished 8 months ago by John F. Schuman
Vatican II’s recognition that “very often” men exchange the truth of God for a lie and serve the creature rather than the Creator is oft ignored, Ralph Martin points out in Will... Read morePublished 10 months ago by James G. Bruen Jr.
The book begins with the traditional teaching that Christ and the Church are necessary for salvation. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Charles P. Poole, Jr.