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Papa, Don’t Pope evaluates some of the most important issues between Roman Catholics and Protestants, including personal interpretation, apostolic succession, sola Scriptura, and so on. This book should be a huge help to anyone (Catholic or Protestant) with honest questions, as well as anyone looking to interact with the original Protestant vision.
But what is the point in stirring up differences between Geneva and Rome? Don’t we have enough division over church and theology already? The truth is we don’t have enough clear disagreements—because clear disagreement is a necessary step on the way to agreement.
Number of Pages: 186
Vendor: Canon Press
Publication Date: 2016
|Dimensions: 8 X 5.25 (inches)|
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Douglas Wilson has been pastor of Christ Church in Moscow, Idaho for more than thirty years. He is the author of more than fifty books.
Bruce LandonNorth CarolinaGender: Male2 Stars Out Of 5A Disappointed ProtestantJanuary 18, 2018Bruce LandonNorth CarolinaGender: MaleQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0I am a convinced protestant but this book did not convince me. His style is sometimes witty and he certainly started out well on p. X of the Introduction by stating that, true catholicity begins with defining catholicity, implying that we need to always distinguish between the use of catholic when referring to the universal Christian church and the use of Catholic, capital C, when referring to the Roman Catholic Church. The two are not synonymous.
Wilson makes a few valid points. However, there are no endnotes and only 14 footnotes in the entire 186 page book so finding and substantiating his claims is nearly impossible to do. Some of his claims are a bit confusing such as his claim on p. 22 that Christians will persevere to the end because we are the bones of Christ, we are His bones and so the elect will persevere.
I do not think Wilson has contributed much to advancing the truth on this subject. A much better and well documented treatment of this subject is The Roman Catholic Controversy by James R White.
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