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The belief of Catholics

Ronald Arbuthnott Knox

The belief of Catholics

by Ronald Arbuthnott Knox

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Published by Sheed & Ward in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Catholic Church -- Doctrines

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesUnicorn books
    The Physical Object
    Pagination254 p.
    Number of Pages254
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14471690M

      See, the rapture is a Protestant idea; we Catholics don't believe in it. In fact, even most Protestants don't believe in it. The belief is barely a few hundred years old, and it's found mainly in American strands of Protestantism. In other countries, the idea isn't nearly as pervasive as it is here. The main religious document of the Catholic religion is the Judeo-Christian Bible, which Catholics believe to be the inspired word of God. The text includes the Old Testament of the Hebrew religion plus the canonical books of the New Testament as they were established in the 4th century CE.

      The Book of Revelation (there is no “s” on the end). Is one of the most difficult to understand due to it's intense use of symbolic imagery. It talks about many things revealed to it's author John of Patmos. It scolds a few of the early congregati. Of his many works, The Belief of Catholics is his best-known book and his premiere piece of apologetics. While it deals extensively with Protestantism, its target is more the unchurched or lightly-church modern. This work is a masterpiece in convincing the nominal Protestant (or nominal Catholic), the vaguely religious person, or the person.

    The book logically progresses to belief in God, rooted first in natural observation and philosophical consideration, and then fully realized in Catholic teaching, based on divine revelation. Two chapters are then devoted to the person of Jesus Christ ("Our Lord’s Claim Stated" and "Our Lord’s Claim Justified"), before moving on to the.   VATICAN CITY – There could be alien life forms and believing they exist isn't contradictory to having faith in God, the top astronomer at the Vatican said in .


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Catholics are, first and foremost, Christians who believe that Jesus The belief of Catholics book is the Son of God. Catholicism shares some beliefs with other Christian practices, but essential Catholic beliefs include the following: The Bible is the inspired, error-free, and revealed word of God.

Baptism, the rite of becoming a Christian, is necessary for salvation — whether [ ]. In Scripture it is referred to as “the book of life,” and your friend is correct.

The belief of Catholics book whose name appears in this book on the last day will be saved: “[I]f any one’s name was not found written in the book of life, he was thrown into the lake of fire.

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Will there be a literal Antichrist that will rule for seven years at the end (The Tribulation) (Rev 13) I want to the know the Catholic View on the End times in light of Scriptures and Tradition. What does the Catholic Church teach about the Antichrist.

THE BELIEF OF CATHOLICS RONALD KNOX. Nihil obstat: GEORGIUS D. SMITH, S. Th.D., Censor Deputatus Imprimatur: EDM. CAN. SURMONT, Vic. Gen. Westmonasterii, die 28 Julii PREFACE. It may easily be felt that a Catholic apologist does best to put himself on the defensive, in days so unfriendly as these towards the general outlook of Catholicism.

The Belief of Catholics is designed for the lay person. Its goals are similar to those of C.S. Lewis' 'Mere Christianity': To offer the non-religious or (in this case) the lay protestant an introduction to the faith.4/5.

Of his many works, The Belief of Catholics is his best-known book and his premiere piece of apologetics. While it deals extensively with Protestantism, its target is more the unchurched or lightly-church modern who, if he gives any thought at all to Catholicism, thinks it mildly foreign. As Knox knew, it is not the most difficult part of modern.

out of 5 stars The Belief of Catholics. Reviewed in the United States on August 3, Tremendous source to explain the Catholic Church by one of its greatest writers who knew it from the outside as well as the inside. Msgr. Ronald A. Knox, an Anglican convert to Catholicism, influenced GK Chesterton, Bishop Fulton Sheen and countless /5(10).

Ronald Knox was one of the most influential British convert-writers of the 20th century. Of his many works, The Belief of Catholics is his best-known book and his premiere piece of apologetics. While it deals extensively with Protestantism, its target is more the unchurched or lightly-church modern who, if he gives any thought at all to Catholicism, thinks it mildly foreign.4/5(1).

The Book of Revelation is at the core of any Christian belief system about the end times. The Catholic Church looks at Revelation as it does other biblical books and passages.

They believe there is a literal meaning to the Bible as well as an allegorical meaning. The Catholic Church emphasizes the allegorical or symbolical meaning of Revelation.

The book of Revelation, quipped Ambrose Bierce, is "a famous book in which St. John the Divine concealed all that he knew. The revealing is done by the commentators, who know nothing.". The modern distaste for religion --The shop window --Telling the first lie --The god who hides himself The Catholic notion of God --The seed-ground of revelation --The Christian evidences --Our Lord's claim stated --Our Lord's claim justified --Where Protestantism goes wrong --The foundation of the church --The object and the act of faith.

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Catharism (/ ˈ k æ θ ər ɪ z əm /; from the Greek: καθαροί, katharoi, "the pure [ones]") was a Christian dualist or Gnostic revival movement that thrived in some areas of Southern Europe, particularly what is now northern Italy and southern France, between the 12th and 14th followers were known as Cathars, or Good Christians, and are now mainly remembered for a.What Do Catholics Actually Believe About Mary?

The Catholic Church has always celebrated Mary. Everything we believe leads us closer to Jesus. What Catholics believe about Mary can be summarized in 5 key teachings: Theotokos: Mary is the Mother of God.

Perpetual Virginity: Mary was a virgin before, during, and after the birth of Jesus. Question: "Is Catholicism a false religion? Is Catholicism a cult?" Answer: The most crucial problem with the Roman Catholic Church is its belief that faith alone in Christ is not sufficient for salvation.

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