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Is Catholicism Biblical?: A Former Nun Looks At The Evidence Paperback – September 29, 2010
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Mary Ann Collins entered the convent because she wanted to be close to God. She gradually realized that some Catholic doctrines are contrary to Scripture. She left the convent and became an Evangelical Christian, and she finally found the relationship with God that she had been seeking all along.
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firstly she makes the claim there she was bought up as a Baptised Trinitarian Protestant then converted to Catholicism and was baptised.
anyone with the slightest bit of knowledge about Catholicism (I'm an ex-Catholic myself) knows that the Catholic Church accepts "ONE BAPTISM FOR THE FORGIVENESS OF SINS"..in laymans terms: THE CATHOLIC CHURCH DOES NOT BAPTISE PEOPLE WHO HAVE PREVIOUSLY BEEN BAPTISED IN PROTESTANT DENOMINATIONS.....
whoever invented the Mary Ann Colins persona isn't very smart, and the people who give this more than 1 star aren't very smart themselves.
the Protestants who perpetuate lies about the Roman Church should remember the commandment about lying and slandering and ask themselves if they are really christians at all.....my own view is that 99% of Christians (Protestants and Catholics) are just Jesus Fans not Jesus Followers