John Salza is one of the best Catholic apologetics of all time. This is a great book for those interested in understanding the scriptural basis for the Catholic faith. It's an extremely easy read and covers the major tenets.
John Salza is one of the best Catholic apologetics of all time. His knowledge of Church history and practices, Biblical references, and common sense makes him very difficult, if not impossible to dispute. However, sometimes his dissertations on some subjects can tend to be long winded and cause some disinterest.
Proves that the catholic Faith is biblical. Quotes only from the Bible John Salza writes with impressive clarity regardless the complexity of the subject. Quotes only from the Bible. This book was a big turning point for me on my way to Catholicism for is showed in the scripture where Catholics get there teachings, doctrines and practices even if it is into the Catholic Church. John Salza writes with impressive clarity regardless the complexity of the subject. He pulls no punches but neither does he allow his corrections of other viewpoints to become personal.
Ill fares the land, to hastening ills a prey,Where wealth accumulates, and men decay' - Oliver GoldsmithSomething is profoundly wrong with the way we live today. But we have forgotten how to think about the life we live together: its goals and purposes.
Biblical Evidence For Catholics - Saint Joseph Communications. And I am happy there, in the Church that Christ built, enjoying the fullness of faith
Biblical Evidence For Catholics - Saint Joseph Communications. This Bible cheat sheet provides key Scripture passages Catholics can use when discussing their beliefs with non-Catholics. This meme relates to childhood. And I am happy there, in the Church that Christ built, enjoying the fullness of faith. I am grateful for Christ's presence on the altar at the Consecration, in the tabernacle all the time, in the Eucharist, in me.
The Catholic Church is attacked on a daily basis. Many of its detractors say that its doctrines ansd practices are unbiblical. Books related to The Biblical Foundation For The Catholic Faith. In volume one of this series, I lay out the scriptures that support the beliefs of the Catholc Church. This volume is a good reference for anyone looking to defend the faith.
Catholic Biblical Basis. This page is a personal blog of the Biblical basis of the Catholic Church teachings. All the teachings of the Catholic Church have Biblical basis.
I am reading your "The Biblical Basis for the Catholic Faith" book. Abayea: Feast of St. John of Kronstadt Christ is in our midst! Regaring your claims about Peter, historically we would. atthew 18:17-18: Tell it to the Church. 2 years ago. Paul: Dear John, first, let me tell you how wonderful I think your site is. It is nice to se. &A – The Church: Truth versus conduct. John of Kronstadt Christ is in our midst! Regaring your claims about Peter, historically we woul. ore challenges from a Bible Christian. Marika: Dear John. The fact that you look to human beings proves that you do not look to the wor. dialogue with a former (now, anti) Catholic.
In The Biblical Basis For Purgatory, author and apologist John Salza (Why Catholics Cannot Be Masons) offers the definitive scriptural explanation of this distinctively Catholic doctrine. Building on the teachings of Christ and St. Paul, he shows how the existence of a place of temporal punishment after death is not only a logical extension of what we know about the reality of sin and God's justice, but is also a supreme expression of God's love and mercy. Although Purgatory is a place of mercy, its pains are real, and they are severe
John the Baptist and Jesus are both believed to have been celibate for their entire lives .
John the Baptist and Jesus are both believed to have been celibate for their entire lives. Some scholars believe that the example of the Essenes influenced either or both Jesus and John the Baptist in their celibacy . There is a solid Biblical basis for priestly celibacy, starting with the words of Jesus
A Catholic Bible includes the whole 73-book canon recognized by the Catholic Church, including the deuterocanonical books
A Catholic Bible includes the whole 73-book canon recognized by the Catholic Church, including the deuterocanonical books. The term 'deuterocanonical' is used by some scholars to denote the books (and parts of books) of the Old Testament which are in the Greek Septuagint collection but not in the Hebrew Masoretic Text collection.