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With One Accord: Affirming Catholic Teaching Using Protestant Principles

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“All these with one accord devoted themselves to prayer” (Acts 1:14).

The apostles and early Christians believed and worshiped in unity—in doctrine and practice following Jesus’ wish that “they may be one” (John 17:21).

But today, Christianity is splintered by the Reformation and its 500-year legacy of division, with Protestant groups divided among themselves and separated from Catholicism by a set of seemingly non-negotiable differences. Traditionally, Catholic apologetics has tried to bridge that separation by using Scripture, history, and logic to help Protestants see the truth of Church teaching.

In With One Accord, former Evangelical professor Douglas Beaumont takes another approach: working for accord with Protestants by reasoning from the things they already believe and do. Using principles that orthodox, Bible-believing Protestants broadly affirm, he arrives at particulars of Catholic belief—showing that in many cases the division isn’t as wide or deep as we thought.

Splitting the difference between ecumenism and apologetics, With One Accord is a sign of hope for Christian unity and a great resource for Catholics looking to have friendly and productive conversations with their Protestant friend

 

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Author:
Douglas Beaumont
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Softcover, xx pgs
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2 Reviews

  • 4
    This book is helpful, clearly written, and a pleasure to read.

    Posted by Fiona Anderson on Sep 29th 2020

    I would really like to give it a rating of 4-5 instead of 4.

  • 5
    With One Accord

    Posted by Chris on Sep 26th 2020

    I heard Dr. Beaumont on Catholic Answers Live in July. Absolutely one of the best non-regularly scheduled guests I've ever heard. His style on that show plus his style in the book make him one of the great ones---a real Catholic apologetics heavyweight. Mainlines and Evangelicals may never have a better bridge to Catholic doctrine than With One Accord.

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