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95 Questions for Protestants: Points to Ponder During the 500 Year Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation...and Beyond Paperback – June 7, 2017
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“In 1517, Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to a door to challenge the Catholic Church. Now, 500 years later, Dr. Roger and Karen Salstrom have posed 95 questions to Protestants that turn the tables on Luther. Covering every divisive issue from purgatory to justification, the canon of Scripture to interpretation, the Salstroms draw from their own experience on both sides of the Tiber. 95 Questions for Protestants is a timely book to help heal the Protestant schism.”
Devin Rose, author and apologist
“One of the major obstacles to evangelization is the scandal of division among Christians. We will overcome division only through frank conversation and friendship. This book represents a great beginning for the conversation.”
Mike Aquilina, author and EWTN host
“In this well-designed book, the Salstroms give a contemporary Catholic response to the objections posed by Luther five centuries ago, and the modern-day exposition of those objections by Protestant theologians today. The responses are clear and non-polemical—in the sense of being conversational, not antagonistic.
“As a deep, yet easy to understand overview, this book will be helpful for those following the Catholic-Protestant dialogue today. It will assist Protestant theologians by giving a clear, indexed explanation of the Catholic perspective on issues that divide us. It will be a great resource for those in RCIA, both catechumen and catechist, and for the lay Catholic trying to understand the faith, especially on little mentioned or understood topics such as indulgences and purgatory.
“I cannot recommend this enough to all who are responding to our Lord’s prayer that his followers all may be one (John 17:21) as we enter into the second half-millennium of Catholic-Protestant dialogue.”
Fr. Andrew Moore, pastor
Infant Jesus Catholic Church, Lumberton, TX
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