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Dogma-Paper By Eliphas Levi
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Paperback edition of Book One of a classic work exploring the more esoteric aspects of the Christian Sacraments. First published in France in 1855. Also included are a series of lesson on the Kabala,... More > newly translated.< Less
Reconciling Reincarnation with Catholic Dogma:Re-examining the Possibility of Multiple Lives By John P. Fahey
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The author is a retired Catholic priest who learned that his lifelong friend, Michael Newton Ph.D., was practicing past-life regression hypnotheraapy and was writing a book on his findings concerning... More > a soul's activity between death and reincarnation, Journey of Souls. At first disbelieving because of the Catholic Church position that there is no such thing as reincarnation, Father Fahey began to research Sacred Scripture and the dogmatic pronouncements of the Church to determine if the belief that life is divided into many segments spanning thousands of years had ever been formally condemned. He found that only non-essential eliments often associated with the theory had been anathematized, not reincarnation itself. Having concluded that one could believe in reincarnation without beinb unfaithful, he then searched for anecdotal evidence of phenomena that pointed to its existence. This bookpresents his findings.< Less
Reconciling Reincarnation with Catholic Dogma:Re-examining the Possibility of Multiple Lives By John P. Fahey
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The author is a retired Catholic priest who learned that his lifelong friend, Michael Newton Ph.D., was practicing past-life regression hypnotheraapy and was writing a book on his findings concerning... More > a soul's activity between death and reincarnation, Journey of Souls. At first disbelieving because of the Catholic Church position that there is no such thing as reincarnation, Father Fahey began to research Sacred Scripture and the dogmatic pronouncements of the Church to determine if the belief that life is divided into many segments spanning thousands of years had ever been formally condemned. He found that only non-essential eliments often associated with the theory had been anathematized, not reincarnation itself. Having concluded that one could believe in reincarnation without beinb unfaithful, he then searched for anecdotal evidence of phenomena that pointed to its existence. This bookpresents his findings.< Less
Extra Ecclesiam Nulla Salus - The Forgotten Dogma By William J. DeTucci
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Extra Ecclesiam Nulla Salus-No Salvation Outside the Church; is the most controversial Theological doctrine in the World today. Oddly, the Catholic Church did not invent this Dogma as it animated... More > from Divine origin, namely, the Second-Divine Person of the Most Holy Trinity Jesus Christ (Matt. 18:17). However, the grave confusion that has faced it with massive opposition in so-called Catholic circles gauging to promote false-ecumenism has left an American and a World in disarray concerning the “most” prime and potent teaching of Christ and the Apostles without which no other Dogma has any security. Spanning over seventy pages with an Index, photos, rare texts from Rev. Damen, S.J. and, Orestes Brownson and numberless quotes from Christ, the Doctors of the Church and Official Papal Pronouncements-Extra Ecclesiam Nulla Salus is a must read for the Scholar, Theologian, Historian and Layman on a-Forgotten Dogma!< Less
An Old Roman Catholic Catechism By William Myers
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A Catechism for the Old Roman Catholic Church is based on the Longer Orthodox Catechism. The work provides insight into the teachings and beliefs of the historic church, as well as a reader friendly... More > guide into the Old Roman Catholic tradition.< Less
Development of Catholic Doctrine: Evolution, Revolution, or an Organic Process By Dave Armstrong
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C.S. Lewis, the famous Anglican writer, once wrote: "The very possibility of progress demands that there should be an unchanging element . . . the positive historical statements made by... More > Christianity have the power . . . of receiving, without intrinsic change, the increasing complexity of meaning which increasing knowledge puts into them" ("God in the Dock," Eerdmans, Grand Rapids, MI, 1970, 44-47). Doctrine clearly develops within Scripture ("progressive revelation"). Examples: doctrines of the afterlife, the Trinity, the Messiah (eventually revealed as God the Son), the Holy Spirit (Divine Person in the New Testament), the equality of Jews and Gentiles, bodily resurrection, sacrifice of lambs evolving into the sacrifice of Christ, etc. This book serves as an introduction to the notion of doctrinal development, written from a popular lay apologetics standpoint.< Less
Development of Catholic Doctrine: Evolution, Revolution, or an Organic Process? By Dave Armstrong
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C.S. Lewis, the famous Anglican writer, once wrote: "The very possibility of progress demands that there should be an unchanging element . . . the positive historical statements made by... More > Christianity have the power . . . of receiving, without intrinsic change, the increasing complexity of meaning which increasing knowledge puts into them" ("God in the Dock," Eerdmans, Grand Rapids, MI, 1970, 44-47). Doctrine clearly develops within Scripture ("progressive revelation"). Examples: doctrines of the afterlife, the Trinity, the Messiah (eventually revealed as God the Son), the Holy Spirit (Divine Person in the New Testament), the equality of Jews and Gentiles, bodily resurrection, sacrifice of lambs evolving into the sacrifice of Christ, etc. This book serves as an introduction to the notion of doctrinal development, written from a popular lay apologetics standpoint.< Less
Why I Left the Church of Christ & Became a Catholic. By Brandon Hethcox
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My name is Brandon Hethcox and I wrote this book to share with you the story of my conversion from Non-Denominationalist Christian (Church of Christ) to Catholic Christian. Join me as I share with... More > you the beliefs, practices, doctrines, and dogmas of the catholic faith along with the knowledge that I gained from a series of booklets that were given to me by one Monsignor Scott Daugherty and from the Internet.< Less
Why I Left the Church of Christ & Became a Catholic. By Brandon Hethcox
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My name is Brandon Hethcox and I wrote this book to share with you the story of my conversion from Non-Denominationalist Christian (Church of Christ) to Catholic Christian. Join me as I share with... More > you the beliefs, practices, doctrines, and dogmas of the catholic faith along with the knowledge that I gained from a series of booklets that were given to me by one Monsignor Scott Daugherty and from the Internet.< Less
Latitudinarian Maxims The Divine Law on Catholic Communication in Religion with Non-Catholics Contrasting the Past with the Present By Steven Speray
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New Revised and Expanded Edition. Today, Rome makes the claim that Vatican II introduced no reversal of doctrine and no discontinuity with the past. In fact, in 2007 we were told by the Congregation... More > for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF), quoting Paul VI on the changes of the council: “What Christ willed, we also will. What was, still is. What the Church has taught down through the centuries, we also teach.” The scope of this study examines the accuracy and truthfulness of this statement given by Paul VI and the CDF based on numerous teachings and practices of the Catholic Church prior to the council. This study focuses on the Divine law particularly and will be divided into two parts beginning with forgotten principles spelled out in writing taken by Bishop George Hay. Also provided are numerous traditional teachings of the Church then contrasting them with the Vatican II popes.< Less