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God's Perfect Plan: Purgatory And Indulgences Explained

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In God's Perfect Plan: Purgatory And Indulgences Explained, his dynamic five-part audio course, Tim Staples takes on two of the most controversial and misunderstood teachings of the Church.

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What every Catholic should know about two of the Church's most controversial and misunderstood teachings…

In God's Perfect Plan: Purgatory And Indulgences Explained, his dynamic five-part audio course, Tim Staples takes on two of the most controversial and misunderstood teachings of the Church. With his trademark clarity and thoroughness, Tim…

  • Explains exactly what the Church teaches about purgatory and indulgences, so you have a complete understanding of what Catholics believe and why.
  • Uses Sacred Scripture and history to defend Church teaching and to reveal what profound gifts purgatory and indulgences are to the faithful and how they can aid in your salvation and the salvation of others…
  • Clears up numerous misunderstandings and myths about Church teaching, such as the belief that you can buy your way out of sin and into heaven…
  • Explodes the common non-Catholic objections to these teachings, showing how they're rooted in a misreading of Scripture, an unjustified reliance on sola fide, and simple prejudice against Catholic teaching.

It's everything you need to understand and appreciate these doctrines—and to defend them when challenged. Best of all, you'll know exactly where to turn in Scripture for the evidence you need to plant a seed of truth in your non-Catholic brothers and sisters.

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Additional Information
Product Code CA164
Topic Purgatory
Author Tim Staples
Format Audio Set
Runtime 5 Compact Discs
Publisher Catholic Answers

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