Rebuilding a Lost Faith 1826

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Kessinger Publishing, Jan 1, 2003 - Religion - 248 pages
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In this study in devotion, the author attempts to explain the motives, influences, and arguments which brought him back to faith in God, the Bible, immortality and the Christian religion. Contents: from faith to rationalism; in the wilderness of rationalism; the awakening; searching for the light (the existence of God) the moral law; immortality; revelation; what think ye of Christ; the church of Christ; Luther; Protestantism in Germany; Protestantism in America; the church of England; difficulties surmounted; purgatory and indulgences; the sacrament of penance; reverence shown to the blessed virgin, and prayers to her and to the saints; miracles, ancient and modern; the veneration of images and relics; persecutions for heresy by Catholics and Protestants; the final step; some Catholic privileges and compensations.

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