The Gospel According to Rome

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  • ISBN: 9781565071070
  • Author: James G. McCarthy
  • Publisher: Harvest House Publishers, 1995
  • Size: 397 pp.

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Highly recommended! This powerful and insightful examination of the Catholic Church provides: a side-by-side comparison of Scripture with the first new worldwide Catholic catechism in 400 years; a summary of how modern Catholicism views grace works and heaven; 24 ways the Catholic plan of salvation still stands in contrast to biblical truth; a balanced overview of how the authority structure of the Roman Catholic Church compares with that of the New Testament church; and an explanation of how participation in the Mass and other sacraments is inconsistent with faith in Christ as Savior.

When the Catechism of the Catholic Church broke onto the N. Y. Times bestseller list, its astonishing success confirmed the overwhelming interest of Catholics and Protestants in understanding modern Catholicism. Has the recent openness among denominations affected Catholic teachings? In the new spirit of cooperation, is there any reason why Catholics and Protestants should remain divided?

This powerful and insightful examination of the Catholic Church provides:

  • a side-by-side comparison of Scripture with the first new worldwide Catholic catechism in 400 years
  • a summary of how modern Catholicism views grace, works, and heaven
  • 24 ways the Catholic plan of salvation still stands in contrast to biblical truth
  • a balanced overview of how the authority structure of the Roman Catholic Church compares with that of the New Testament church
  • an explanation of how participation in the Mass and other sacraments is inconsistent with faith in Christ as Savior

James G. McCarthy is the founder and director of Good News for Catholics, Inc. Formerly a Catholic himself, Jim has served as a missionary to Ireland and is presently a Bible teacher with the Discipleship Intern Training Program in San Leandro, California. He is best known for directing and producing the popular video Catholicism: Crisis of Faith.