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Beginning Apologetics 8: Heaven, Hell, Purgatory, and Indulgences

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Section 282 of the Catechism of the Catholic Church assures us that knowing what happens at the end of human history is "decisive for the meaning and orientation of our life and actions."

Our view of the end times determines our view of salvation history. Knowing what happens at the end of our lives and at the end of human history is of supreme importance for understanding why God made us and what He has planned for us both in this life and in the next.

Unfortunately, many non-Catholic groups today are promoting serious errors about the last things. Sadly, many Catholics are vulnerable in this area because they don't know the Church's teaching about the end times.

In Beginning Apologetics 8, Jim Burnham and Father Frank Chacon give the basic teachings of the Catholic Church on the end times, and deal with some of the more common errors in this area.

A correct understanding of the last things helps us live this life with great peace and hope. It also gives us a deeper appreciation of how much God loves us and how great a gift we have in being made in His image.

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Jim Burnham, Fr. Frank Chacon
Softcover, 38 pages
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    Heaven, Hell, Purgatory

    Posted by Bill Schuetter on May 30th 2022

    This is a great resource to answer questions about the Rapture, Indulgences and other things that Protestants bring up in their criticism and objections to the Catholic Faith. I never understood the "Rapture" this well before. Simple, direct explanations of the Catholic teachings with relevant quotes from Scripture and the Church Fathers.

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    Beginning Apologetics 8 The End Times

    Posted by Tracy Minton on Jun 7th 2019

    Simple easy to read booklet explaining clearly the Catholic view of the Rapture and end times. I'm new to any form of Christianity and reading Bible for the first time. This was helpful for me to better understand what I had minimal knowledge about.

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