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Papa Don't Pope: Why I'm not Catholic (and Why the Future is Protestant)

Douglas Wilson

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Papa Don't Pope: Why I'm not Catholic (and Why the Future is Protestant)

Douglas Wilson

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  • In this book Douglas Wilson shows that Protestant chaos and Roman Catholicism are not the only two alternatives .

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    Papa Don't Pope evaluates some of the most important issues between Roman Catholics and Protestants, including personal interpretation, apostolic succession, sola Scriptura, and so on. So this little book should be a huge help for anyone (Catholic or Protestant) with honest questions, as well as for anyone looking to interact with the original Protestant vision.

    But what's the point in stirring up differences between Geneva and Rome? Don't we have enough division over church and theology already? The truth is, we don't have nearly enough clear disagreement—because clear disagreement is a necessary step on the way to agreement. So you could say this book has a catholic purpose (even if the future is clearly Protestant).

    The classical Protestant expression is Soli Deo Gloria. Roman Catholics might prefer Ad Maiorem Dei Gloriam. May God hasten the day when we can say 'amen' to both."

    What People Are Saying:

    "Informative and occasionally sharp musings on Roman Catholic theology and practice." -Caleb Nelson, World Magazine

  • Douglas Wilson is a pastor in Moscow, Idaho, a father of three, and grandfather of seventeen. He is the author of numerous books, including Decluttering Your Marriage , Future Men , and How to Exasperate Your Wife .

    AUTHOR: Douglas Wilson

    PAGE COUNT: 200 pages

    SIZE: 5x8"

    ISBN 10: 1-59128-189-X

    ISBN-13: 978-1-59128-189-4

    PUB. DATE: October 13, 2015

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