Roman Catholicism by John Armstrong

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'Roman Catholicism deserves a prominent place in the library of every evangelical pastor and layperson. It provides a much needed exposition and defense of evangelical Protestant beliefs placed in bold relief beside the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church. By no means does the book gloss over the very real doctrinal differences that exist between evangelical Protestants and Roman Catholics. Nonetheless, it also seeks to underscore those doctrines evangelicals and Roman Catholics mutually affirm. This is a highly recommended book. It is a timely piece, particularly welcome as a fresh resource to dispel the confusion stirred by recent Evangelical-Roman Catholic dialogues.' --John WoodbridgeTrinity Evangelical Divinity School
 

About John Armstrong

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Armstrong is the Director of Reformation & Revival Ministries in Illinois. He was a Baptist pastor for over 20 years.
 
Published September 1, 1994 by Moody Pr. 345 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality.

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