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The Sword Of The Spirit

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Are you ready to do battle against the forces of heresy and dissension that threaten to undermine the Catholic faith?

Not sure about the strength of your own shield against such forces?

Tim Staples is here to help. An established speaker in the area of defending the faith, he knows just what to say and how to say it when dealing with the slings and arrows of false teaching. In this set, he provides solid arguments for six of the most important teachings of the Catholic faith.

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"Stand therefore, having girded your loins with truth…. And take… the sword of the Spirit, which is the word of God."     (Ephesians 6:14–17)

Are you ready to do battle against the forces of heresy and dissension that threaten to undermine the Catholic faith?

Not sure about the strength of your own shield against such forces?

Tim Staples is here to help.

An established speaker in the area of defending the faith, he knows just what to say and how to say it when dealing with the slings and arrows of false teaching. In this set, he provides solid arguments for six of the most important teachings of the Catholic faith.

Listen to the CD set The Sword Of The Spirit for a careful look at what Scripture and the Church Fathers really say about the following topics:

  • Sola Scriptura
  • The papacy
  • The Eucharist
  • Justification
  • The communion of saints
  • Mary

You'll come away from this crash course in apologetics with all the weapons you need to defend the truths of your faith and to bring others to embrace the same truths!

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Additional Information
Product Code CA156
Topic Apologetics
Author Tim Staples
Format Audio Set
Runtime 6 Compact Discs
Publisher Catholic Answers

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