The 10 Most Important Things You Can Say to a Catholic
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Number of Pages: 128
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2002
Dimensions: 8 X 5.25 (inches)
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Series: 10 Most Important Things
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Fact-filled, easy-to-understand, and visually appealing, this series delivers the essential knowledge you need to know to effectively witness biblical truths to people led astray by false teachings. Noted Bible teacher Ron Rhodes highlights the key differences between specific cults and biblical Christianity by:
- identifying the 10 most critical problems
- examining the exact nature of each doctrinal error
- contrasting cultic teachings with the truth found in God’s Word
- explaining the correct meanings of Bible verses cults cite out of context
- reviewing basic principles of Bible interpretation that ensure accurate understanding
Important points, witnessings tips, digging deeper sections, and cautions that highlight the confusing arguments and tactics used by each organization make these books perfect for individual witnessing, Bible studies, youth groups, and evangelism refreshers.
Discusses why the Apocrypha isn’t in the canon, the true role of tradition, Catholicism’s erroneous distinction between venial and mortal sins, the concept of purgatory, the controversy surrounding Jesus’ mother Mary, and more.
Ron Rhodes, president of Reasoning from the Scriptures Ministries, is heard regularly on nationwide radio and is the author of Bite-Size Bible Answers, Bite-Size Bible Definitions, Commonly Misunderstood Bible Verses and 5-Minute Apologetics for Today. He holds ThM and ThD degrees from Dallas Theological Seminary and teaches there and at several other seminaries.
Jeremy1 Stars Out Of 5Inaccurate claims on the Biblical CanonMarch 23, 2011JeremyQuality: 1Value: 1Meets Expectations: 4There are some inaccuracies (probably honest ones) regarding the canonicity of what he called "Apocrypha." A true scholar would not dispense the fact that parts of the Apocrypha are quoted even in the New Testament. The Catholic Canon was recognized way before the Council of Trent. It was only declared official at the Council to prevent the already growing false teachings that were denying even some of the books of the New Testament Canon.
Ricardo RochaLas Vegas, NV5 Stars Out Of 5October 28, 2009Ricardo RochaLas Vegas, NVThis is a great book! Simple, clear and biblical. DR. Hodes exposes the Roman doctrine with a large variety of Catholic bibliography and confronts it with the Protestant and biblical view. The emphasis is not to attack the Catholics, but just help us to talk to our Catholic friends and show then what really the Bible teaches.
Beth1 Stars Out Of 5April 29, 2006BethThe arguments against Catholic belief are slanted against Catholicism. There are inaccuracies which show that the author is perpetuating what people THINK they know about the Church not the truths the Catholic Church actually teaches.