A Biblical Defense of Catholicism

October 27, 2011 § 3 Comments

I just recently got a Nook Color e-reader as a gift to myself. One of the books I’ve read so far is A Biblical Defense of Catholicism, by the excellent apologist Dave Armstrong. Dave already has quite an in-depth website with many blog-style posts defending Catholicism, with the intent of providing Biblical evidence for the veracity of Catholic doctrine; one can safely assume that this is for those Protestant brethren who refuse to believe any doctrine that they are not aware is found in the Scriptures. This e-book conveniently brings together many of the Biblical proofs for Catholic doctrines, including Mary and her role as Mediatrix and Co-redemptrix, the Real Presence of the Eucharist, Tradition, the Priesthood and role of the Papacy, Purgatory, the Communion of Saints, Penance, and all the things that have traditionally been misunderstood, misinterpreted, and distrusted by Protestants. Those unfamiliar with Dave Armstrong and his apologetics should definitely read this book. He is one of the best, but little-known, apologists today, especially in the area of Scripture. He is right up there with Dr. Scott Hahn, with an in-depth knowledge of both Scripture and Doctrine.

Dave Armstrong clearly and effectively lays out all the wealth of Scriptural evidence for Catholicism, while pointing out that Catholicism needs no Scriptural evidence to back it up, since it has nothing less than the original teachings of Christ and the Apostles, passed down from master to student for thousands of years. Whether you are a Catholic who wishes to learn more about the Bible as an important part of Christian life, or you know a Protestant who demands Biblical proofs for your beliefs, A Biblical Defense of Catholicism e-book version by Dave Armstrong is essential. Well researched and written, with a wealth of Bible-based apologetics, this e-book comes at a great price from Aquinas and More, your source for all things Catholic, including e-books.

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