Scripture And Authority Bundle 1
When you’re dealing with a non-Catholic, or even an anti-Catholic for that matter, two of the things that inevitably come up are Scripture and authority. Wouldn’t it be great to have reliable go-to resources where you knew you could find well-reasoned answers to help you defend the Faith?
There are, and we’ve packaged them together in a special package that gives you plenty of solid answers that you can use.
Here's what you'll get:
- Tim Staples' brand new DVD, Truth And Consequences: The Case For Authority is done in an engaging and easy-to-follow style that has become Tim’s trademark. He uses three examples in the arena of faith, and two examples from the arena of morals to show not only why the Magisterium is crucial, but what the consequences are when the Magisterium is absent. Even more, Tim demonstrates with clarity, force, and humor that these consequences extend beyond mere doctrinal error—they impact the destiny of our immortal souls.
- Dave Armstrong’s powerful new book 100 Biblical Arguments Against Sola Scriptura contains just that — Biblical arguments. These are the kind that you need to get through to a Fundamentalist. After all, if they’re locked into the “Bible only” view, they won’t even listen to appeals from other sources.
- As the head of the Catholic Church, the pope is the leader of the faithful. But for non-Catholics the papacy is one of the most difficult aspects of Catholicism to accept. From often misunderstood concepts such as papal infallibility to the unbroken and irrefutable connection between Peter and today's Pope, We Have A Pope will provide you with the answers to common difficulties. You'll find detailed and fascinating explanations of the evolution of papal responsibilities, the history of the office, and the vital importance of the Holy Father throughout 2,000 years of history - and especially in today's world.