Scripture 101 introduces key element to understanding the bible. The first section explores some of the traditional preconceptions that we have about the bible itself. The next two chapter build and expand on this formation as the author, William J. Parker, focuses on the old and new testaments respectively.
Responses to Some Questions Regarding Certain Aspect Of The Doctrine On The Church
Theological debate about the church has not only included the internal Catholic sphere but has frequently involved ecumenical dialogue, addressing the interior life of the Church and relations with relations with Christians of other confessions. This resource addresses basic aspects of Catholic doctrine with documented articles to offer a deeper understanding and an authoritative clarification on the difficulties and doubts arising from the discussions.
One with God
this book argues that deification and justification do not exclude each other and that the 1999 joint declaration between Catholics and Lutherans is a biblically, historically, and a theologically sound basis for further talks about salvation. read this book and know more
Church History 101 A Concise Overview
Church History 101 A Concise Overview introduces the reader to the basics of Catholic Church history. Author Christopher Bellitto divides the Church's history into four distinct periods ( early, medieval, reformation, and modern).
Catholicism In Social And Historical Contexts
Designed for undergraduate use, Catholicism In Social And Historical Contexts is replete with details and revelatory stories that trace the evolution of Catholicism from a tiny Jewish sect to the dominant religion in the west. In evoking this rich history, Curt Cadorette shows how the challenges Catholicism faces today present a dynamic similar to that of the first century.