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College Apologetics: Proof of the Truth of the Catholic Faith Paperback – January 1, 1954
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He wrote in the first chapter, "Protestantism holds that the Bible alone, privately interpreted, is sufficient to point out what all must do and believe to be saved... we say that the Bible is indeed God's inspired word and contains some of His revelation to man... But there are several notable weaknesses in the Protestant position of the surpassing importance of the private interpretation of the Bible as a rule of faith. a. It cannot be proved from the Bible itself ... that private interpretation is the authentic rule of faith... Private interpretation ... was and is impossible for a great many people because they are illiterate... The average layman will find many parts of the Bible very difficult to understand... [Protestants] are forced to conclude that there was a time when Christians cold not be saved because in their day the Bible was not yet completed." (Pg. 8-9)
He states, "The starting point for the fifth proof for the existence of God is the observation that there are about us things which serve a purpose. The cogency of this argument is not weakened because of the fact that the purposefulness of many objects cannot readily be named.Read more ›