If Protestantism Is True: The Reformation Meets Rome

If Protestantism Is True: The Reformation Meets Rome

by Devin Rose
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If Protestantism Is True: The Reformation Meets Rome by Devin Rose

Devin Rose was raised atheistically but underwent a radical conversion to Protestant Christianity before ultimately becoming Catholic. This book was written after ten years of reflection and dialogue with Protestants and Catholics on the key issues that divide them. Rose presents a series of intelligible and compelling arguments for the Catholic Church's claim to be the Church that Christ founded. He considers the strongest Protestant responses to his arguments and offers straightforward rebuttals to them. The papacy, Ecumenical councils, the canon of Scripture, the Protestant Reformers, and the sacraments are just a few of the many topics covered in illuminating detail.

Catholics will learn to defend their faith, and Protestants will be challenged to answer the toughest questions about the roots of their beliefs.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780615445304
Publisher: Unitatis Books
Publication date: 06/06/2011
Pages: 180
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.38(d)

About the Author

Devin Rose is a Catholic writer and lay apologist. After his conversion from atheism to Protestant Christianity in college, he set out to discover where the fullness of the truth of Jesus Christ could be found. His search led him to the Catholic Church.

A husband and father of four children, Rose blogs at St. Joseph's Vanguard. He has written articles for Catholic News Agency, Fathers for Good, Called to Communion, and appeared on EWTN discussing Catholic-Protestant topics.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Writer went from atheist to Baptist to Catholic. First he explained how faith (through the Baptist church) saved him from despair and suicide. He explained why he decided to be Catholic, basically because of the authority issue. Well written, easy to read and understand. Highly recommend.
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