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Talking with Catholic Friends and Family: Understanding...How They Think…

by James G. McCarthy

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Why is it often difficult for evangelical Christians to talk about Christianity with their Catholic friends? What are the differences that sometimes lead to misunderstandings between the two?

Capturing the heartbeat of the Roman Catholic way of life, Talking with Catholic Friends and Family provides an insightful glimpse into the way Catholics think about God, the church, getting to heaven, and the practice of their religion. With compassion and clarity, James McCarthy tells real–life stories that contrast biblical Christianity with Catholicism—and does so in a way that emphasizes what true saving faith is all about. Readers will learn:

ways that Catholics and evangelicals view Jesus and salvation differently Tradition shapes what Catholics believe to minister more lovingly and effectively to their Catholic friends

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:20:15 -0400)

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