I was raised on the glories of the Reformation.
I am not a Roman Catholic, and I did not write this book in defense of the Church. I wrote it in defense of history.
There are two texts of Scripture most commonly used to "disprove" the Assumption of Mary.
Being smart and morally upright is not enough for successful evangelization. There must be joy.
The independent fundamentalist church I went to as a boy gave me a fantastic amount of Bible knowledge.
Seeing Catholics kneeling before statues and other sacred art, some have accused them of idolatry — the giving to another creature or object the worship due to God alone.
Q: Why do Catholics believe that Jesus is "truly present" in the Eucharist?
Q: The Real Presence: Why do Catholics believe that Jesus is "truly present" in the Eucharist?
Q: What did the Early Church believe about other key Catholic doctrines like the Real Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist?
Q: Doesn't the Catholic Church teach that a Christian can lose his/her salvation? Doesn't the Bible teach differently?