Why Protestants Protest Too Much

Haas, John M.
August 1995
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Aug/Sep1995, Issue 55, p12
Presents a counterargument to Protestants' criticisms on the Catholic teachings and practice. Views on where the Catholic love for sacraments is derived; Description of how Catholics see the sacrament and the ceremonial of the Church; Explanation of Catholics' worship of the Sacred Humanity of Christ.


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