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This book does not need a long preface, if it needs any. The title tells what it is. The Protestant Church in America had almost ceased to protest against the false doctrines and evil practices of Rome. It had become the prevalent notion that the Roman religion was about as good as the religion of the so-called Protestant churches; that the Romanists and the Protestants were on the way to heaven in parallel roads; that their aims and spirit were essentially one; that there ought to be no antagonism between them; ...
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What Protestants Believe

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Overview

This book does not need a long preface, if it needs any. The title tells what it is. The Protestant Church in America had almost ceased to protest against the false doctrines and evil practices of Rome. It had become the prevalent notion that the Roman religion was about as good as the religion of the so-called Protestant churches; that the Romanists and the Protestants were on the way to heaven in parallel roads; that their aims and spirit were essentially one; that there ought to be no antagonism between them; and that Protestants should be careful not to say anything unbrotherly of the system which has its headquarters on the banks of the Tiber. That is not the prevalent opinion now. Protestants are waking up to the fact that there is a radical and everlasting difference between what they call Christianity and the thing to which Rome gives that name; that Christianity and Romanism are essentially separate and distinct religions. This awakening began only about three years ago. It is increasing every day. To help it on, this book was written.
Rome boldly and arrogantly declares that it is he" purpose to make this country wholly "Catholic." In view of that fact, all Protestants ought to know what the system, falsely called "Catholicism" is. To help them to such knowledge is the aim of this volume. They ought to know where they stand and be as ready to defend their position as Rome is to assail.
I have written in no spirit of hatred toward individual Romanists, but with a strong desire to "contend earnestly for the faith once for all delivered to the saints."
C. W. Winchester Buffalo, N. Y. April 29, 1915
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015022155
  • Publisher: CWWinchester Books
  • Publication date: 7/26/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
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