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Father's Will By Julian Clarke
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Today’s Christians are being challenged by a broad sweep of teachings and philosophies. With them have come leaders whose charisma often draws people into a brand of Christianity which may not... More > truly reflect what is taught in the Scriptures. This book goes back to basics and asks questions about what God really wants to do in and through the lives of Christian believers. It seeks to lay a foundation which will help believers discover the Church which Christ is really building among all the variations and colours of Churches which claim to be his. Fundamentally, this book challenges believers to examine whether they are in the faith which Christ taught, which he continues to teach and support by the Holy Spirit, and which he will complete in the individual and in his Church (2 Corinthians 13:5; Colossians 1:21-23; Philippians 1:6; Hebrews 12:1-29).< Less
The Orthodox Church - Back to Its Roots By Father Boris Kriger
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One’s basic set of beliefs is the most important issue for any religious person. The shaking of these foundations may cause the corruption of one’s faith. Most Christians (Orthodox,... More > Catholics and even Anglicans and other Protestants) base their faith on the decisions that have been made at the first six Ecumenical Councils. Discussion of Christological controversies is crucial for a better understanding of Orthodox Faith. Schisms are deep and painful wounds on the body of the Christian Church. Many Christian visionaries dream of recovering the apostolic sense of unity in diversity of the early church. They seek to confront the frustrations, difficulties, and ironies of the modern “pluralistic” Christian world. This can be done through researching the historical sources and future destiny of what followers perceive to be the One, Holy, Universal, and Apostolic Church of Jesus Christ.< Less
The Orthodox Church - Back to Its Roots By Father Boris Kriger
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One’s basic set of beliefs is the most important issue for any religious person. The shaking of these foundations may cause the corruption of one’s faith. Most Christians (Orthodox,... More > Catholics and even Anglicans and other Protestants) base their faith on the decisions that have been made at the first six Ecumenical Councils. Discussion of Christological controversies is crucial for a better understanding of Orthodox Faith. Schisms are deep and painful wounds on the body of the Christian Church. Many Christian visionaries dream of recovering the apostolic sense of unity in diversity of the early church. They seek to confront the frustrations, difficulties, and ironies of the modern “pluralistic” Christian world. This can be done through researching the historical sources and future destiny of what followers perceive to be the One, Holy, Universal, and Apostolic Church of Jesus Christ.< Less
A Short Catechism of the Old Catholic Church By Father Rick Saint
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Borrowing from a variety of historic church resources, A Short Catechism of the Old Catholic Church provides everything a parish priest needs to provide basic instruction in the faith. This is an... More > excellent resource for teaching baptismal or confirmation classes.< Less
A Short Catechism of the Old Catholic Church By Father Rick Saint
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Borrowing from a variety of historic church resources, A Short Catechism of the Old Catholic Church provides everything a parish priest needs to provide basic instruction in the faith. This is an... More > excellent resource for teaching baptismal or confirmation classes.< Less
HISTORY OF THE FATHERS OF THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH. VOL I By Dr. Errol Beckles
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Do you want to learn the history of the fathers of the christian church.... this is the book for you!
Catholic Church Fathers: Patristic and Scholarly Proofs By Dave Armstrong
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Protestants and Catholics both claim that the early Church heritage of theology and broad consensus of the Church fathers favors their own view. Protestants, from the beginning, claimed to be... More > “reformers” of the Catholic Church; that is, they felt themselves to be hearkening back to the more pure doctrines of the early Church and the Church fathers, rather than overturning historic Catholic doctrine. I shall contend in this book, by means of massive documentation, that the “historical case” for Catholicism becomes stronger as the accumulation of patristic evidence piles up. Catholics need not fear patristic data any more than they need fear the Bible. The discussion of what the Church fathers believed must be undertaken by means of historical fact, and it can be determined (fairly conclusively in most cases, I submit) what a Church father believed about various Christian doctrines. This volume surveys the beliefs of the Church fathers, particularly with regard to Catholic “distinctives.”< Less
Catholic Church Fathers: Patristic and Scholarly Proofs By Dave Armstrong
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Protestants and Catholics both claim that the early Church heritage of theology and broad consensus of the Church fathers favors their own view. Protestants, from the beginning, claimed to be... More > “reformers” of the Catholic Church; that is, they felt themselves to be hearkening back to the more pure doctrines of the early Church and the Church fathers, rather than overturning historic Catholic doctrine. I shall contend in this book, by means of massive documentation, that the “historical case” for Catholicism becomes stronger as the accumulation of patristic evidence piles up. Catholics need not fear patristic data any more than they need fear the Bible. The discussion of what the Church fathers believed must be undertaken by means of historical fact, and it can be determined (fairly conclusively in most cases, I submit) what a Church father believed about various Christian doctrines. This volume surveys the beliefs of the Church fathers, particularly with regard to Catholic “distinctives.”< Less
Catholic Church Fathers: Patristic and Scholarly Proofs By Dave Armstrong
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Protestants and Catholics both claim that the early Church heritage of theology and broad consensus of the Church fathers favors their own view. Protestants, from the beginning, claimed to be... More > “reformers” of the Catholic Church; that is, they felt themselves to be hearkening back to the more pure doctrines of the early Church and the Church fathers, rather than overturning historic Catholic doctrine. I shall contend in this book, by means of massive documentation, that the “historical case” for Catholicism becomes stronger as the accumulation of patristic evidence piles up. Catholics need not fear patristic data any more than they need fear the Bible. The discussion of what the Church fathers believed must be undertaken by means of historical fact, and it can be determined (fairly conclusively in most cases, I submit) what a Church father believed about various Christian doctrines. This volume surveys the beliefs of the Church fathers, particularly with regard to Catholic “distinctives.”< Less
The Relations of the Church to Society By Father Edmund O'Reilly S.J.
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Father Edmund O’Reilly may safely be judged the foremost Irish theologian of the nineteenth century. In his celebrated letter to the Duke of Norfolk, Cardinal Newman appeals to him as... More > “one of the first theologians of the day”. Of the present work Dr W. G. Ward of the Dublin Review writes that it “cannot but be of signal benefit to the Catholic reader in these anxious and perilous times”. Clear, exact and perfectly orthodox, Father O’Reilly explains the whole of Catholic doctrine about the relations of Church and State, particularly those points that are most contested by the Church’s enemies or least understood by uninstructed Catholics. The explanation of the Church’s traditional attitude to religious liberty, the theological explanation of the Great Western Schism, the precise extent of the infallibility of the Pope and of the Church are of particular interest in the twenty-first century.< Less