Why I am a Protestant
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Why I am a Protestant by Ian Paisley

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Published by Puritan PrintingCo in Belfast .
Written in English


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Statementby Ian R. K. Paisley.
SeriesRavenhill pulpit sermons -- 23
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Pagination15p. ;
Number of Pages15
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19675498M

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  Why I Am A Protestant Paperback – J by Rupert E. Davies (Author) See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ $ Paperback "Please retry" $ $ Author: Rupert E. Davies.   Last week I began a new series titled “Why I Am Not ” and in this series I am exploring some of the things I do not believe as a means to explaining what I do believe. In the last article I explained why I am not atheist and now want to explain why I am not Roman Catholic. The timing of this article is unplanned but rather appropriate. I publish today from Orlando, Florida where I am. "Like all of Brandon Vogt’s writing, his compelling new book is accessible, inviting, practical, inspirational, and, in the deepest sense, true." --Rev. James Martin, S.J., Author of The Jesuit Guide to (Almost) Everything "Brandon Vogt's Why I Am Catholic (and You Should Be Too) lives up to its cheeky title. It is clear, direct, simple yet /5().   T he week of Octo the traditional time to remember the Reformation, is also the annual moment when I like to reflect on why I am a Protestant. As the years go by, being a Protestant becomes easier and easier for me. Pope Francis is, after all, the gift that keeps on giving.

In this book, Vogt begins to make an argument for why someone should be a member of the Catholic Church. However, he does not carry out his arguments far enough in my opinion. He often waves away any support he can give his arguments by saying that the work is too short or the ideas are too complicated to present in this book/5.   It’s Reformation Day today. And no ordinary Reformation Day, either. This is the th anniversary of the day Martin Luther unintentionally began what would become a worldwide, world-transforming movement. And on this day I’m reflecting on some of my recent travels and how they’ve reinforced my gratitude for the work of Luther and the other Reformers. Here’s the video in YouTube . At times the tables turned, and I found myself needing to quickly explain why I am a Christian, but even more narrow a Protestant and even more narrow an evangelical. Of course, a book could be written on Why I Am a Christian, but I usually don’t have a book and they usually don’t want to read one, they just want an answer (1 Peter ).Author: Dr. Doug Potter. > Why did the Protestants delete some books from the Catholic Bible? They didn't delete anything. They just assigned a different status to some of the books. The Old Testament books they disagree with are called by Catholics deuterocanonical—the.

Catholic Bibles are known to have more books than Protestant Bibles, and there is a very good reason for this. I'll explain below. First, it's important to note that the New Testament of the Bible is exactly the same between Catholics and Protestants. There is no difference at all. They both consist of . "Why I am a Catholic" is a history of the papacy from the beginningof the church. Rather than persuading one to be Catholic, it reveals the progression of the politically motivated, frequently evil, usually I am reading this book now/5. (5) The Catholic Church, more than any other, gives fitting honor to the Mother of God. A story about a small town’s efforts to create an ecumenical outdoor nativity scene illustrates this point. A Protestant minister said to the local Catholic priest, “We can include all the characters mentioned in the Bible, except we should leave Mary out. Why We’re Catholic assembles the clearest, friendliest, most helpful answers that Trent learned to give to all these people and more. Beginning with how we can know reality and ending with our hope of eternal life, it’s the perfect way to help skeptics and seekers (or Catholics who want to firm up their faith) understand the evidence that 5/5(7).