Talking with Catholics About the Gospel Paperback
A Guide for Evangelicals
by Christopher A. Castaldo;
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Chris Castaldo provides an introduction to basic Catholic belief and practice in order to equip Protestants for a fruitful conversation.
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Talking with Catholics About the Gospel
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In Talking with Catholics about Jesus, author Chris Castaldo provides an easy-to-follow introduction to basic Catholic belief and practice, equipping evangelical Protestants for more fruitful spiritual conversations.
Written in accessible, non-technical language, this short book offers readers: A more informed awareness of Catholicism Encouragement to move from a combative posture to a gracious one Clarification of erroneous caricatures of Catholics in favor of a more constructive understanding.
Based in part on Castaldo's experience as a Catholic and time spent working professionally in the Catholic Church, Talking with Catholics about Jesus gives readers a framework for recognizing where lines of similarity and difference fall between Catholics and evangelical Protestants, along with handy tips for engaging in spiritual discussions.
Readers will gain encouragement and practical insights for gracious and worthwhile discussions of faith with Catholic believers.
Talking with Catholics About the Gospel by Christopher A. Castaldo was published by Zondervan in April 2015 and is our 63976th best seller. The ISBN for Talking with Catholics About the Gospel is 9780310518143.
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|Author / Artist||Christopher A. Castaldo|
|Publisher||Zondervan (April 2015)|
|Number of Pages||192|
|Page last updated||8th April 2015|