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Number of Pages: 144
Vendor: Liturgical Press
Will Many Be Saved? What Vatican II Actually Teaches and Its Implications for New EvangelizationRalph MartinWm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co. / 2012 / Trade Paperback$21.60 Retail:
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To some, the New Evangelization" seems to mean warmed-over and outdated apologetics that rarely resonate with people today. But that approach fails to do justice to what evangelization is really all about. InSaint Paul and the New Evangelization, one of today's most respected Scripture scholars offers a far richer, more deeply biblical approach.
Ronald D. Witherup, SS, analyzes the techniques of one of the church's best evangelists-Paul of Tarsus-to show how we can help reinvigorate the faith of friends and loved ones. You don't need to know a lot about the Bible or theology. Just follow St. Paul's inspiring example, and discover how to talk about your faith in ways that change hearts and minds.
Ronald D. Witherup, PSS, is superior general of the Sulpicians, an order of diocesan priests dedicated to initial and ongoing formation of priests. He holds a doctorate in biblical studies and is the author of numerous books and articles on Scripture, including The Word of God at Vatican II: Exploring Dei Verbum, Gold Tested in Fire: A New Pentecost for the Catholic Priesthood, and Biblical Fundamentalism, What Every Catholic Should Know, published by Liturgical Press. He is also a contributor to Give Us This Day, published by Liturgical Press.
Michael J. Gorman, Ph.D., Raymond E. Brown Professor of Biblical Studies and Theology, St. Mary's Seminary & University, Baltimore
Cardinal Donald Wuerl, Archbishop of Washington
Rev. Frank J. Matera, Pastor St. Mary's Church, Connecticut, Professor Emeritus from Catholic University, Author of The Sermon on the Mount
Thomas D. Stegman, SJ, Associate Professor of New Testament, Professor Ordinarius in the Ecclesiastical Faculty, Boston College School of Theology and Ministry