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eBook Everything You Always Wanted to Know about the Catholic Church but Were Afraid to Ask ePub

by Paul L. Williams

  • ISBN: 0385248822
  • Category: Catholicism
  • Subcategory: Bibles
  • Author: Paul L. Williams
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Doubleday (August 26, 1989)
  • Pages: 310
  • ePub book: 1411 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1910 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 719

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Everything You Wanted to Know about the Yawtka Catholic Church. Raised Catholic in America, I knew about the rules and regulations of the Church but never learned some of the history behind the creation of the sacraments, infallibility, social teaching, Eucharist and the list goes on. What exactly is a papal bull? What does ex cathedra mean? Why a Pope? What about the Immaculate Conception, the Assumption of Mary and the other Mary beliefs that have confused and/or alienated Protestants throughout the ages? Was St. Christopher a real man? Was Buddha canonized? Is the church anti-military?

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Afraid to Ask for Fear of Excommunication was published by Doubleday in 1989. Everything You Wanted to know about the Catholic Church - Doubleday Books, ISBN 0-385-24882-2 (1989)

Afraid to Ask for Fear of Excommunication was published by Doubleday in 1989. In The Day of Islam: The Annihilation of America and the Western World, he expands on the "American Hiroshima" scenario he believes to be imminent, in which simultaneous nuclear attacks on 7 to 10 American cities would create havoc in American society. The Vatican Exposed, published in 2003 became the subject of a documentary for the Discovery Channel. Everything You Wanted to know about the Catholic Church - Doubleday Books, ISBN 0-385-24882-2 (1989). The Complete Idiot's Guide to the Crusades, Penguin, ISBN 0-02-864243-0 (2001).

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You are in the United States store. Like his previous books in this style, Everything You Always Wanted to Know About God is a book that takes questions about the Son of God seriously enough to get silly-where appropriate. Metaxas covers questions about Jesus' life (Did he live at all?), his death, (If he truly was the Son of God, why did he have to die?), his resurrection, (Did Jesus really come back after death?), and much more. 60 People Who Shaped the Church.

Answers questions about church doctrine, the papacy, church history, the Scriptures, the Sacraments, the veneration of relics, abortion, and the Ten Commandments

Comments

Melipra Melipra
Love to read about different aspects of popular areas. Information is not well known. Interesting.
Shezokha Shezokha
It's OK.. When I got done reading it; I couldn't decide whether he was for the church or against the Catholic Church.. Being Catholic I wouldn't give it to someone who wasn't a strong Catholic..
Andromakus Andromakus
I have enjoyed the entire book.
WtePSeLNaGAyko WtePSeLNaGAyko
This book has some decent information at times that isn't often well-known. However, there are answers in here also that are quite misleading. Some lack completeness of an answer, while others seem to answer an almost entirely different question. Others mysteriously omit the actual truth of the matter and obfuscate the real history. I give this book three stars because it does have some good information, BUT I would only recommend it to a strong Catholic that has an eye to spot questionable answers and actually do the research for themselves when they come across misleading answers.
GODMAX GODMAX
Raised Catholic in America, I knew about the rules and regulations of the Church but never learned some of the history behind the creation of the sacraments, infallibility, social teaching, Eucharist and the list goes on. What exactly is a papal bull? What does ex cathedra mean? Why a Pope? What about the Immaculate Conception, the Assumption of Mary and the other Mary beliefs that have confused and/or alienated Protestants throughout the ages? Was St. Christopher a real man? Was Buddha canonized? Is the church anti-military? Was there ever a female pope? Why can�t priests marry? What about the Reformation? All of these questions are answered and more. Some of the answers cast an illumination that as a Catholic Christian makes me squirm�and then some answers completely decimate the ever-occurring belief that Catholics are not Christians. I recommend this book to historians, Catholics, Protestants and anyone else who has ever had a question on the Catholic way of doing things. Some of the answers aren�t pretty, but the truth seldom is.
Mr.Savik Mr.Savik
A great book about the Church, great price.