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Any Friend of God's Is a Friend of Mine: A Biblical and Historical Explanation of the Catholic Doctrine of the Communion of Saints
Any Friend of God's Is a Friend of Mine: A Biblical and Historical Explanation of the Catholic Doctrine of the Communion of Saints
by Patrick Madrid
Edition: Paperback
Price: $9.95
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great book., September 16, 1998
I loved this book! The communion of saints is one of the most misunderstood Catholic teachings. "Any Friend of God's Is a Friend of Mine" is the first book I've ever read that tackles the biblical and historical evidences that support this crucial Catholic teaching. The Catholic practice of honoring Mary and the saints, asking for their intercession (after all, doesn't the Bible say we should pray for one another? 1 Tim. 2;1-4), and using statues, icons and sacred images, is clearly shown to be scriptural. When Catholics honor and ask for the intercession of Mary and the saints (our departed fellow Christians), they are not commiting "idolotry" -- and this book proves it.


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