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Protestant Versus Catholic Bibles

Protestant Versus Catholic Bibles

Most Christians who know a little about the differences between the Catholics and the Protestants have heard that the Catholics have seven more books in their Bible than the Protestants do. Many have heard their church’s reasoning and explanation on why this is so. While no one on either side of this longstanding debate is […]

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Defending the Deuterocanon 1

Defending the Deuterocanon 1

Without intending to be an anti-Protestant fault-finder, I want to share with Protestants some historical facts that I have learned since my conversion to Catholicism three years ago. As a Nondenominational Evangelical Protestant Christian for over 30 years, I firmly and unquestionably believed all the things that I was taught about the Bible. But when […]

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Catholicism is often Misunderstood

Catholicism is often Misunderstood

“Most people don’t hate what the Catholic Church teaches. . . they hate what they think the Catholic Church teaches.”  (Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen) Before I became a Catholic, I was an evangelical, fundamentalist Protestant.  Though I had always felt drawn to the Catholic Church, I was married and divorced twice to Protestant men while […]

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