95 Questions For Protestants

95 Questions for Protestants: Points to Ponder During the 500 Year Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation...and Beyond

Dr. Roger and Karen Salstrom

95 Questions for Protestants, will explain the "95 Thesis" are not 95 separate issues, but less than 20 topics. And those are topics that need to be fully explained and understood in the light of Truth.

The aim of their book is to aid those who seek Truth, to unite, and heal the division, so the Church can be as Christ asked of Our Father, "...Holy Father, keep them in your name that you have given me, so that they may be one just as we are." John 17:11

"In 1517, Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to a door to challenge the Catholic Church. Now, 500 years later, Dr. Roger and Karen Salstrom have posed 95 questions to Protestants that turn the tables on Luther. Covering every divisive issue from purgatory to justification, the canon of Scripture to interpretation, the Salstroms draw from their own experience on both sides of the Tiber. 95 Questions for Protestants is a timely book to help heal the Protestant schism." Devin Rose, author and apologist

Crossing The Threshold

Crossing the Threshold of Hope

St. John Paul II
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A little bit of everything, and really a book for everyone. Words that ring true, that last...

On youth - "the young are searching for God, they are searching for the meaning of life ... An important day in a young person's life is the day on which he becomes convinced that this is the only Friend (Christ) who will not disappoint him, on whom he can always count."

On eternal life - "to a certain degree man does get lost; so too do preachers, catechists, teachers, and as a result they no longer have the courage to preach the threat of hell. And perhaps even those who listen to them have stopped being afraid of hell."

On The Mother of God - "Totus Tuus. This phrase is not only an expression of piety or simply an expression of devotion it is more... Thanks to St. Louis of Montfort I came to understand that true devotion to the Mother of God is actually Christocentric, indeed, it is very profoundly rooted in the mystery of the Blessed Trinity and the mysteries of the Incarnation and Redemption."

Be Not Afraid - "Peoples and nations of the entire world need to hear these words. Their conscience needs to grow in the certainty that someone exists who holds in his hands the destiny of this passing world; Someone who holds the keys to death and the netherworld... Someone who is the Alpha and the Omega of human history ... And this Someone is Love... Love that became man, Love crucified and risen, Love unceasingly present among men. It is Eucharistic Love. It is the infinite source of communion. He alone can give the ultimate assurance when He says, "Be not afraid!"

St. John Paul II, we are so privileged to have been alive during his pontificate.

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