3 edition of Questions asked by Protestants found in the catalog.
Questions asked by Protestants
Microfiche. Sanford, N.C. : Microfilming Corp. of America, 1982. 2 sheets ; 11 x 15 cm. (Pamphlets in American history : Catholicism and anti-Catholicism ; CA 301)
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American Catholic Pamphlets and Parish Histories Database. Search form. Search. These questions aren’t meant to be answered with a pre-fabricated response that doesn’t really answer the question, but simply emphasizes a belief.
What I’m asking for is an examination of the question from a Protestant viewpoint and an answer that truly tries to supply an understanding and not just a memorized response.
95 Questions for Protestants is a timely book to help heal the Protestant schism.” Devin Rose, author and apologist “One of the major obstacles to evangelization is the scandal of division among Christians. We will overcome division only through frank conversation and friendship.
This book represents a great beginning for the conversation.”/5(18). When they find out our church Questions asked by Protestants book a Catholic one, the enthusiasm subsides.
I wanted to know why, so I asked my Protestant friends what questions they had, what mystified them and what they just didn't understand about Catholics. Here are some of the questions and my answers as a lifelong Catholic who is still learning.
Question #1. Protestants should cherish their relationship with the Lord as they do, but their ecclesiological position is built on quicksand.
This can be shown with just two issues that touch on the core of Protestant belief: the doctrine of the Trinity and the canon of the New Testament.
Protestants hold the doctrine of the Trinity as dearly as Catholic do. What are the best “stumper questions” you can think of to ask Protestants. I know about “Show me where the Bible teaches that the Bible alone is the supreme infallible authority” but what other questions do you think are good to ask Protestants to make them reconsider Protestantism and think about Catholicism.
Congrats on your decision. 95 QUESTIONS is the creation of Roger and Karen Salstrom. They are authors of the book, 95 QUESTIONS FOR PROTESTANTS: Points to Ponder During the Year Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation and Beyond.
95 QUESTIONS is all about assisting others in. Some Tough Questions for Protestants. These questions below are impossible for a believer in sola scriptura to answer, since no verse or combination of verses in Scripture provides the required information.
Provide the verse(s) which: Say(s). One of the tenants of the protestant reformation was "sola Scriptura" which means according to scripture alone. The bible is the one and only book recognized as holy by protestants. The Catholic Church has the Answer - An ex-Protestant minister gives very Scriptural answers to common questions that Protestants ask.
An excellent FAQ for the Protestant reader. Confession of A Roman Catholic - The incredible story of Paul Whitcomb's conversion to the Church through reading the Bible. This is an excellent book, well presented and easy to read. It teaches Catholics what their faith is all about.
It covers all questions what Protestants have always been asking but have never got a real answer. John J. Pasquini has done this very /5(42). Gary Michuta is an expert on the canon of Scripture, especially in regards to the Deutero-canonical books, what the Protestants call the Apocrypha.
You can read his book Why Catholic Bibles Are Bigger to see what I mean. Recently a friend asked Gary for the short answer as to why the Protestants removed seven books from the Bible.
In an exclusive interview with Dr. Roger and Mrs. Karen Salstrom, authors of the book, 95 Questions for Protestants: Points to Ponder During the Year Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. [The following is from Questions Asked by Protestants Briefly Answered by Father M. Philipps, Rector of St.
Joseph’s Church, Buffalo, NY. Cabinet of Catholic Information, Imprimatur: Archbishop John Farley] What do you mean by the word Church. By Church we generally mean the society which Christ founded to make known His teachings to mankind. Five Questions Protestants can’t answer.
“The Book of Revelation includes ‘fornicators and murderers’ in its description of souls who are damned.
I use abortion-inducing birth control pills and implants. Does that choice put me among the ‘fornicators and murderers’?” 2.
The Bible is a Catholic Book. The Catholic Church is the only Church with the Authority to Interpret the Bible. I am Catholic.
Perhaps that's why I am used to asking, and being asked, deep questions of Faith. > Yeah, right. These questions and more were left virtually unanswered or left to the varying opinions of various Bible teachers. The Protestant Response. In answer to this last question, “Where is sola scriptura taught in the Bible?” most Protestants will immediately respond as I did, by simply citing 2 Tm.
This expanded edition of Catholic Answers to Fundamentalists' Questions has been updated in light of the changing social landscape and is written for Catholics as well as questioning Christian Fundamentalists. It offers clear, accurate, and easy-to-read answers to many questions that sincere Christians ask about the Catholic faith/5.
Questions tagged [protestantism] Ask Question Protestantism is a broad tradition referring to the churches which broke from the Roman Catholic Church during the 16th Century and those that descended from them.
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In the course of replying to all of them, y’r. ob’t. s’vt. has discovered: Questions Protestants can’t answer. By understanding, we may help those around us to grow closer to God.
In Matthew, Chapter verses 18 to 20, Jesus said to the first Pope. A learned, lively look at the various faiths lumped together as Protestant, from Martin Luther in the 16th century to today. Theologian and professor Ryrie (History of Christianity/Durham Univ.; Being Protestant in Reformation Britain,etc.) takes an inclusive view of the term Protestantism, encompassing mainstream Lutherans, Methodists.
What sorts of questions are good ones to ask Protestants. Not as a way of stumping them in an agressive form but just to get them to think.
My husband accuses me of bombarding with information, quotes and articles instead of enagaging and asking questions. I guess I don’t really know what I want to or should ask.
I’m used to being asked the questions. What if you could sift through the claims and eventually come to know the truth on virtually all doctrines that divide the truth, as Christ taught his apostles. In this book, you will: See doctrine at its inception via the writings of the early Church Learn the truth about urban legends promulgated by opponents of Catholicism Discover critical.
There are a lot of questions asked in the Bible. However, there are those questions that are so important that it demands our attention. I have gathered 10 of the best questions asked in the Bible.
These questions are mind-provoking and life-changing. Finding the right answers to these questions will help you find meaning in your life. U.S. adults generally can answer basic questions about the Bible and Christianity, but are less familiar with other world religions. Test your religious knowledge by taking an interactive quiz.
The short quiz includes some questions recently asked in the nationally representative survey that forms the basis of this report. Answers to various questions asked by skeptics about God and Christianity, Question: "How do we know that the Bible is the Word of God, and not the Apocrypha, the Qur’an, the Book of Mormon, etc.?" Answer: The question of which (if any) religious text is the true word of God is of utmost importance.
To avoid circular reasoning, the first question we must ask is: how would we know if God communicated in the first place. The Catholic church most frequently asked questions and answers about the Catholic faith.
"Freebies!" Book Of Blessings Book Of Gospels Book Of Revelation Book: Racculta Born Again Communion To Protestants Communion Twice. All other questions and doubts come into better focus, and they don’t scare us anymore, because we realize that other seekers have been asking the same questions throughout all of human history, and within the wealth of Catholic understanding, there are unparalleled insights regarding every other question we could possibly ask.
We find Truth. Frequently Asked Questions. Is it really okay for Protestants to use beads in prayer. My book offers a variety of suggestions for how you can pray with them. The primary similarities are in the benefits of using the beads. Whether you pray with a rosary or with Protestant prayer beads, the beads can help keep you focused during your.
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Answers for Deena Dobson's "Questions To Ask The Christian Theist" Deena Dobson is an atheist I met on-line back in She'd written several essays about different religious beliefs, but her main focus was Christianity.
"Questions To Ask The Christian Theist" was a list of questions that she felt would stump traditional Christian theologians. The site provides a variety of answers to commonly asked questions covering numerous topics.
By no means do we provide all the answers, but we do our best to provide you with biblically based answers to the questions you may be struggling with.
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Pray for wisdom, for His love for inquirers (Rom. ), and for your questioner's heart. If appropriate, briefly share the gospel first. The Holy Spirit may draw your. Following is a list of questions that I sometimes ask Roman Catholics in various discussions.
The responses vary from defensive tradition to ignoring them and hoping to go away. Some of the questions are easier for Roman Catholics to respond to, and others are not. I hope that these might be helpful in your dialogs with the Roman Catholics as.
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The papers from these forums are available in book form via Wipf and Stock – Defining Issues in Pentecostalism and Pentecostalism and Globalization. c. These are questions. While they are also statements, I intentionally framed them in the form of questions because I’m interested in conversation, learning and moving forward together.