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What You Whispered
What You Whispered
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars David's Best "Studio" Album Since Big Horizon, September 17, 2000
This review is from: What You Whispered (Audio CD)
I have to agree with all of the comments of the reviewers so far. This is a great album and fans of David's music will be delighted that he is getting back to his roots as a sensitive and insightful songwriter. While I don't believe this is David's best album, it is very good and is a lot better than Underneath. I love this CD and it will join the rest of my David Wilcox CDs. I won't be surprised if it gets played as often as Home Again (which, in my humble opinion, is David's best album).


The Gospel According to Rome: Comparing Catholic Tradition and the Word of God
The Gospel According to Rome: Comparing Catholic Tradition and the Word of God
by James G. McCarthy
Edition: Paperback
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55 of 92 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Did the negative reviewers read the book?, January 14, 2000
After reading the reviews by the Catholics here, which is an assumption on my part because of the negative reviews, I have to ask the question: Did they read the book? I have serious doubts because I have read the book. I also have a copy of the Catechism of the Catholic Church which is the offical teachings of the Catholic Church. Pope John Paul II says of the Catechism "A sure norm for teaching the Faith". So don't take my word on it, the Catechism is the offical doctine of Catholicism. That being said, I still have to ask the question again. Did the Catholic reviewers read the book, The Gospel According to Rome? Because if they did, they will see that McCarthy backs up all of his conclusions with references to the Catechism and the Bible (comparing the two). I have checked his sources with the offical Catechism, and he quotes truely. And upon examining the quotes FROM THE CATECHISM, I must state that Christianity and Catholicism have very little in common and that Roman Catholicism is a cult that rivals the Mormons and Jehovah's Witnesses. Biblical Christianity does not teach most of the Catholic dotrine (I will agree that Catholics have some of it right but...). I challenge any Catholic with the guts to do so to e-mail me, point out the errors in McCarthy's work, and tell me what the truth of the matter is according to Roman Catholicism. My e-mail is jasonmccoy@mindspring.com and I welcome the challenge. Please, if Catholicism is true, convince me. If it is false, then turn from your evil ways, confess your sins to the Lord Jesus (not Mary), trust in Him as the Source of your salvation (and your ONLY source), and follow Him with the honor, praise, and glory that is His forever and forever. I apologize if I have offended anyone or came across as being too harsh and unloving but I am not going to idlely sit by and let heresy againest my Lord and Savior Jesus to be preached because there are being searching for truth and they need the facts before they can make a decision. E-mail me and help me correct my wrongs if I am indeed wrong.
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The God Makers: A Shocking Expose of What the Mormon Church Really Believes
The God Makers: A Shocking Expose of What the Mormon Church Really Believes
by Ed Decker
Edition: Paperback
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16 of 29 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars If this book is all lies, give me some examples, November 22, 1999
I have not read this book but since a Mormon posted a review here without reading the book, I decided I would too. What I find interesting is the fact that every Mormon says that the book is full of lies (as they state in reviews of any anti-Mormon book) but fail to give any examples of these "lies". I think it is because they are not lies but the truth. I have studied the Mormon church and I have met some Mormons and talked with them extensively. I do not hate Mormons but I believe they are misled in their beliefs. The history of how the Mormon "faith" started should be enough to convince anyone that the LDS "faith" is a dangerous one indeed. Dangerous not because it challenges traditional Christian doctine but because it converts many sincere people to this "faith" and therefore perhaps condemning these people to hell (I say perhaps because I believe that there "may" be some Mormons who are true Christians but just have some weird beliefs that they learned from the Mormon church). In conclusion I must say that Mormons are very nice people and I have had nothing but positive experiences with them on a personal level. We just disagree on the truth. I would welcome any comments or discussions on this manner from Mormons or non-Mormons. You can e-mail me at jasonmccoy@mindspring.com


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