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The Final Word: A Collection of the More Than 100 Dogmatic Pronouncements of the Catholic Church By Adam S. Miller
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The Final Word is a unique collection of every dogma the Catholic Church has solemnly defined; when they were defined; at what council; by which pope; where to find the documents in Denzinger's... More > (Sources of Catholic Dogma); the scriptural references for each dogma, and more. The Final Word is a handy and practical reference tool for adult education, catechesis, evangelization, and apologetics. The introduction is both a defense of dogmas and how the Church teaches they must be understood, as well as a unique exposé of the deceptive Modernist methods of interpreting dogmas, methods solemnly condemned by the Church. The Final Word is user friendly, concise and very handy. Catholics and non-Catholics alike will benefit from this handy work listing what the Catholic Church has defined as those truths formally revealed by God and necessary for belief. There is nothing like in the English language!< Less
Is the New Mass of Pope Paul VI Invalid? By Adam S. Miller
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An indepth examination, critique, and refutation of arguments put forth by radical Catholic traditionalists who doubt or deny the validity of the New Rite of Mass promulgated by Pope Paul VI. Many... More > Catholics have become confused as a result of such arguments. Miller addresses the matters concerning sufficiency vs. efficacy, and the new consecration form with the words "for all" in place of the traditional "for many." Using both logic and authoritative Church documents, Miller brings clarity back to the forefront of this often confusing and divisive issue.< Less
The Roman Catholic Church: A Divine Institution or a Human Invention? By Adam S. Miller
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Which is the one true Church established by the Lord Jesus Christ? -Find out where in the Bible Christ's one Church is identified as being both "Roman" and "Catholic?" -Find out... More > where it is declared that the Church of Rome is "Filled with all knowledge." Find out where it is revealed that "all the local churches of Christ" salute the Roman Church. -Find out where it is revealed that the Church of Rome is the apostolic center of the world-wide Church of Christ. -Find out where it is revealed that God will crush Satan under the feet of the Church of Rome. Find out these and more in this unique work. Find out also the early historical testimony concerning the Church of Rome: that the early Church Fathers acknowledged the primacy of the Roman Church over the world-wide (Catholic) Church; that churchmen turned to Rome when a final arbiter was needed; that Rome made decisions binding on all Christians; that the Emperor Constantine did not give the Roman Church its prestige and authority.< Less
Life-Giving Waters By Adam S. Miller
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A unique explanation of the Catholic and biblical teaching on the sacrament of Baptism presented in the form of a catechism. Addresses controversial points such as baptism and salvation, baptism of... More > desire, and other "hot" points. With definitve quotes (and source documentation) from more than two-dozen Popes and more than one-dozen Church councils, "Life-Giving Waters" provides the Church's authoritative and binding teaching on Baptism.< Less
The North, the South, and Lincoln's War Policies By Adam S. Miller
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New expanded edition! The third installment of the Tower of David/Marian Publications series on the conflict between the North and the South examines from a traditional Catholic historical... More > perspective the policies of Abraham Lincoln and the Federal forces towards both the Southern States and the Northern States and their citizens. In a popular style, Miller examines Lincoln's war policies in light of the Constitution, the Natural Law and the Just War theory. With documentation Miller exposes Lincoln as neither honest nor a man of integrity. Proves with official U.S. Government records that Lincoln, not the South, inaugurated war, and did so illegally. Includes many shocking facts, quotes, and detailed information omitted from establishment histories and which are ignored, if not suppressed, in the U.S. educational system.< Less
The North, the South, and Lincoln's War Policies By Adam S. Miller
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The third installment of the Tower of David/Marian Publications series on the conflict between the North and the South examines from a traditional Catholic historical perspective the policies of... More > Abraham Lincoln and the Federal forces towards both the Southern States and the Northern States and their citizens. In a popular style, Miller examines Lincoln's war policies in light of the Constitution, the Natural Law and the Just War theory. With documentation Miller exposes Lincoln as neither honest nor a man of integrity. Proves with official U.S. government records that Lincoln, not the South, inaugurated war, and did so illegally. Includes many shocking facts, quotes, and detailed information omitted from establishment histories and which are ignored, if not suppressed, in the U.S. educational system.< Less
The North, the South, and Slavery By Adam S. Miller
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Part II of the Marian Publication series, "The Conflict Between the North and the South." The issue of slavery is examined from a Catholic perspective of authority and servitude, and how... More > both are misunderstood in this post-Enlightenment age. What were the origins of slavery in America? Were only blacks enslaved? Were whites the only slave holders? Who primarily financed and ran the slave trade from America? Did all, or most, slaves despise their masters? Are all forms of slavery intrinsically evil? Author Adam Miller provides a jaw-dropping, eye-opening myth-destroyer concerning slavery in the United States of America. Written from a most unique perspective when it comes to this emotional topic: not neccessarily from a pro-Southern perspective, but from a traditional Catholic historical approach. "The North, the South, and Slavery" was written as a remedy to the numerous distortions, misrepresentations, and out-right falsehoods concerning slavery, the South, and the North's connection with the slave-trade.< Less
The North & the South and Secession: An Examination of Cause and Right By Adam S. Miller
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The first of a four part series by Marian Publications examining the great American conflict of the mid-19th century. A unique examination from a traditional Catholic historical perspective wherein... More > the author examines the cultural, political, and circumstantial causes of what is known as the Civil War, and does so from the Catholic and biblical view of authority while making proper philosophical distinctions. He demonstrates that the idea of the "sovereignty of the people" does not justify the right of secession as most Southerners hold. But a true principle in accord with God's revelation and Natural Law does justify the Southern cause. This book explains what it is. Using sound logic Mr. Miller also addresses numerous questions such as: - Who was constitutionally in the right? - Where does political authority actually reside in the United States? - Was the war really fought over slavery as most Americans think? - Was it a "Civil War" in the true sense of the term? An eye-opening book!< Less
Discovering A Lost Heritage: The Catholic Origins of America By Adam S. Miller
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An eye-opening journey into America's past. Documents how much of the "history" that Americans have been taught in public and private schools and promoted in establishment history texts is... More > at the least, distorted; at worst, it is myth. Before America became a land of predominantly English Protestants, it was a land explored and settled by Irish, Scottish, Spanish, and French Catholics. This work documents that the first known explorers, pioneers, and settlers of America were Catholic. Of the 48 Continental States, Catholics settled first in thirty-three, while Protestants were first in only fifteen. For example: Did you know: -that there were settlements by Catholics in New England before the Pilgrims arrived in 1620? -that Catholics had explored and established settlements in Georgia, the Carolinas, and Virginia before Jamestown was settled in 1607? -that Catholics had celebrated the truly first Thanksgiving feast in America eighty years before the Pilgrims did? Includes pictures!< Less
The North & the South and Secession: An Examination of Cause and Right By Adam S. Miller
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The first of a four part series by Marian Publications examining the great American conflict of the mid-19th century. A unique examination and presentation from a traditional Catholic historical... More > perspective wherein author Adam Miller examines the cultural, political, and circumstantial causes of what is known as the Civil War, and does so from the Catholic and biblical view of authority. He demonstrates that the idea of the "sovereignty of the people" does not justify the right of secession as most Southerners hold. But a true principle in accord with God's revelation and Natural Law does justify the Southern cause. This book explains what it is. Mr. Miller also addresses numerous questions such as: - Who actually began the aggression? - Who was constitutionally in the right? - Was the war really fought over slavery as most Americans think? - Was it a "Civil War" in the true sense of the term? An eye-opening book that will cause a stir in many quarters< Less

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