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An Evangelical Discovers the Catholic Faith (MP3)

By: Mark Shea

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An Evangelical Discovers the Catholic Faith
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More than just a conversion story, An Evangelical Discovers the Catholic Faith breaks down barriers with Protestants and clarifies misconceptions in an easy-to-understand language that comes from walking in their shoes.

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Sacred Tradition, the Eucharist, and Mary: Typically the three great stumbling blocks for Protestants first encountering the fullness of the faith in the Catholic Church. One-time Evangelical Protestant Mark Shea experienced those impediments firsthand before his conversion to Catholicism. Now a well-respected defender of the Catholic Faith, he brings to bear on these subjects both knowledge acquired from extensive study and insight gained through his personal journey of faith.

An Evangelical Discovers the Catholic Faith clarifies some of these key objections:

  • Mark skillfully explains how and why Sacred Tradition occupies a central role in divine revelation
  • Mark explains the doctrine of the Real Presence in terms accessible to Evangelical Protestants, going through many of the Protestant objections and misconceptions about what the Catholic teaching really is. He then positively and convincingly constructs the Catholic case
  • Mark explains not only the theological underpinnings of the four Marian dogmas in both Scripture and tradition but also discusses the peculiar effects that the denial of these dogmas have on orthodox Christian faith

More than just a conversion story, An Evangelical Discovers the Catholic Faith breaks down barriers with Protestants and clarifies misconceptions in an easy-to-understand language that comes from walking in their shoes.

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Product Code CAE130
Topic Apologetics
Format MP3
Runtime Approximately 150 minutes
Publisher Catholic Answers
ISBN No
Author Mark Shea

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