Catholicism Unveiled: What Hides Behind The Public Image?

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iUniverse, Apr 1, 2004 - Religion - 184 pages
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Hundreds of Protestant pastors are converting to Catholicism. Evangelical pastors are promoting Catholic mysticism. Protestant ministers are turning into Catholic apologists. Rome's ecumenical strategy is working well.

Official documents from the Second Vatican Council show that Rome's goal is to bring all Christians back into the Catholic Church. The Vatican wants to undo the Protestant Reformation.

"Catholicism Unveiled" reveals what is hiding behind Rome's modern, ecumenical image. It presents complex subjects in a clear, straightforward manner that is easy to understand. It confronts troubling issues with compassion and objectivity.

This book is thoroughly documented. In addition to source books, it gives references to Internet articles and pictures. You can check them out for yourself and draw your own conclusions.

Come explore the world of Catholicism, where grace can be "merited," and people atone for their sins by doing penances. We will travel through history and meet some fascinating people (both good and bad). And we will look at some official Catholic documents that show a surprising side of the Catholic Church.

  

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Contents

Hiding Chapter 1 Hiding Behind Words
1
History
3
Was the Early Church Roman Catholic?
5
Was Peter a Pope?
15
The Popes
22
Forged Documents and Papal Power
29
Undermining the Bible
33
The Council of Trent
42
Doctrine Chapter 12 What Is Our Source of Authority?
65
Faith Versus Works
81
The Good Thief
85
Devotion to Mary
87
The Presence of God
101
Behind the Veil Chapter 17 Catholic Mysticism
105
Mixing Paganism with Christianity
115
Ecumenism
117

Hunting Heretics
45
Credentials Chapter 9 False Credentials
52
According to Tradition
60
The Numbers Game
63
Catholicism Behind the Veil
120
Notes
135
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