Where is THAT in the Bible?

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  • Where is THAT in the Bible?
  • By renowned author Patrick Madrid
  • How to use Scripture to bring people into (or back into) the Church

When non-Catholics start quoting Bible verses to "prove" that Catholic teachings aren’t biblical, reach for this powerful Bible-based explanation and defense of the Catholic Faith! Where Is That in the Bible? shows you how to deflate standard objections to Catholicism — and how to use Scripture to bring people into (or back into) the Church. Veteran apologist and best-selling author Patrick Madrid gives you simple ways to: show the true meaning of verses anti-Catholics twist to attack the Church, give Biblical answers to the most common questions that non-Catholics ask Catholics about the Church, interpret the Bible correctly, according to authentic Christian Tradition — and steer clear of common mistakes many people make when reading Scripture, & share the riches of the Catholic Faith more effectively, especially with those who consider Catholicism to be "unbiblical."

Explain exactly what the Bible teaches about the pope, priestly celibacy, the divinity of Christ, homosexuality, abortion, salvation, purgatory, the use of statues and icons, confession to a priest, baptism, and other issues often objected to by non-Catholics

  • 7 x 4.3 x 0.4 inches
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  • 5 Apr 5th 2016
    Great Asset

    I purchased this book so that I can intelligently talk to my in-laws and my daughter with regard to the Catholic faith and the Apostolic faith. This book has proved very helpful in discussing the difference in what they think we believe and in what we actually believe and why. The only thing is that I wish I had the biblical education in order to argue the true meaning of some of the scripture that they argue is fact.

    Connie

  • 4 Feb 21st 2010
    wonderful tool for our faith

    It is a great tool to defense our faith.
    It has a lot of citations, but I would like a more extensive explanation on the church authority.
    But is a very good book. I would recommend it to any one who needs to have more information about Catholicism. Best Uses: Reference, Special Needs; Describe Yourself: Everyday Reader; Pros: Informative

    Mao

  • 5 Mar 19th 2009
    Great Handbook!

    Very informative! Best Uses: Reference; Describe Yourself: Casual Reader; Pros: Deserves Multiple Readings, Informative, Well Written

    Matthew

  • 5 Mar 19th 2009
    Great reference!

    Informative/Reference Best Uses: Gift, Reference; Describe Yourself: Casual Reader; Pros: Deserves Multiple Readings, Informative, Well Written

    Matthew