True Christianity: The Catholic Way

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iUniverse, Dec 1, 2003 - Religion - 468 pages
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Where do we find the authentic faith of the Christian Church? In today's society we see within the Christian world numerous denominations, each claiming the fullness of the faith. Each denomination argues that it is guided by the Holy Spirit and each argues that it has the correct interpretation of the Scriptures.

While it is true that God is active in all these denominations, the diversity of belief within Christianity must be viewed as troublesome since it is contrary to the unity that Christ so desired.

True Christianity argues that the Catholic Church contains the fullness of the Christian faith and therefore is a must read for all Christians.

 

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Contents

Whos your founder?
20
Was there a great apostasy?
27
Why is apostolic succession so important?
36
The major councils of the Church and the assurance of the true faith
46
Are sacraments just symbols?
54
Why do Catholics believe the Eucharist is the Body and Blood of Jesus?
60
Is the Mass a true sacrifice?
67
Where do Catholics get the idea of mortal and venial sins?
77
Hell a reality
128
What about the 144000?
134
Predestination or providence?
146
Why do Catholics believe that nonChristians can be saved?
154
Are Catholics pagans?
161
Are Catholic doctrines invented?
169
Social and Moral Justice Issues
175
Concluding Remarks and Insights
211

Why Indulgences?
83
Why celibate priests?
90
What about blood transfusions?
96
Is Mary the Mother of God?
116
Christian History The First Five Hundred Years
223
Outline of Christian History
395
Bibliography
445
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Pasquini is an author, teacher, lecturer, guest speaker, and television spokesperson on issues of Catholic identity, morality and spirituality.

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