Christ among us: a modern presentation of the Catholic faith for adults

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Harper, Sep 1, 1990 - Biography & Autobiography - 467 pages
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This is the clearest, most broadly based, accessible presentation of Catholic Christianity available today. Christ Among Us presents Catholicism as it has emerged from VATICAN II, addressing questions of doctrine, theology, tradition, and practice, exploring important issues of faith and morality.

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Review: Christ Among Us: A Modern Presentation of the Catholic Faith for Adults

User Review  - Emerald - Goodreads

I retain this book as a reference for personal apologetic study. Read full review

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User Review  - Carlos Pesantes - Goodreads

I was baptized catholic as a child, I left the church for a very long time...a priest I loved gave me this as a gift and it helped me understand that although I left the church, god would never leave ... Read full review

Contents

Two Gods Plan for Us Begins with Creation
15
Three Gods Gift of Himself and Our Rejection of Him
29
Four Gods Plan Unfolds in the Old Testament
39
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About the author (1990)

Anthony Wilhelm, a religious educator, has taught theology and directed religious educator programs for adults across America.

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