2 edition of Interpreting Protestantism to Catholics. found in the catalog.
Interpreting Protestantism to Catholics.
Walter R. Clyde
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When defending sola scriptura, the Protestant will predictably appeal to his sole authority—Scripture. This is a textbook example of the logical fallacy of circular reasoning which betrays an essential problem with the doctrine itself.
One cannot prove the inspiration of a text from the text itself. The Book of Mormon, the Hindu Vedas. The first chapter of Genesis remains a great stumbling block for the modern mind. Charles Darwin himself discarded a mild Protestant faith when he concluded that the author of Genesis was a bad geologist.
To his mind, the biblical six days of creation and Lyell's Principles of Geology could not both be true. The discomfort with Genesis.
Gary Michuta is an expert on the canon of Scripture, especially in regards to the Deutero-canonical books, what the Protestants call the Apocrypha. You can read his book Why Catholic Bibles Are Bigger to see what I mean.
Recently a friend asked Gary for the short answer as to why the Protestants removed seven books from the Bible. Common Misunderstanding: That since the Catholic Old Testament contains seven more books than Protestant Bibles, the Catholic Church must have added later to justify doctrines that Jesus did not teach.
Response: The Catholic Bible contains all the books that have traditionally been accepted by Christians since the Canon of Scripture was recognized by the Synod of Rome in. But even Catholics with an extensive knowledge of the Bible — and there are many now —have not always found it easier to discuss the Bible with Protestants or to state the biblical basis for Catholic beliefs.
The main reason for this is because Catholics and many Protestants have different starting points for interpreting the Bible. The Roman Catholic Bible contains seven books that do not appear in most Protestant Bibles.
They are Tobit, Judith, 1 Maccabees, 2 Maccabees, Wisdom of Solomon, Ecclesiasticus and Baruch. The Roman Catholic Bible also has additions to the books of Esther and Daniel. They are interspersed throughout the Old Testament. Catholics have a larger biblical canon.
In addition to the 66 books in the Protestant Bible, Catholic Bibles include the Apocrypha, with books like Tobit, Judith, 1 and 2 Maccebees, Sirach, and Baruch. Catholic teaching also elevates tradition more than Protestants : Kevin Deyoung.
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Bible Study: Differences between Catholics and Protestants by Steve Ray on Ap Protestant “Bible Christians” (a misnomer, since Catholics are the real and original Bible Christians), based on their recently devised “Reformation” principle of sola Scriptura, study the Bible with the following premises.
For Protestant Christians, Luther made clear that the Bible is the "Sola Skriptura," God's only book, in which He provided His revelations to the people.
Firstly, Chesterton fails to recognize the reformulative and evolving nature of Catholic doctrine itself, which has increasingly been able to accept and digest the Protestant worldview; and, secondly, he fails to display an objective understanding of Protestantism.
The Book of Revelation had its origin in a time of crisis, but it remains valid and meaningful for Christians of all time. In the face of apparently insuperable evil, either from within or from without, all Christians are called to trust in Jesus’ promise, “Behold, I am with you always, until the end of the age” (Mt ).
Those who. The split between Catholics and Protestants is easily parodied as “the warm south versus the cold north, wine drinkers versus beer drinkers, and so on”, says Eamon Duffy. Ultimately, however. The opening chapter of the first series may be considered as a preface to the whole work. It introduces to the reader the Hebrew heroes of the book, Daniel and his three fellow-captives, Ananias, Misael, and Azarias, and records the manner in which these noble youths obtained a high rank in Nabuchodonosor’s service.
Catholics refer to these seven books as the "deuterocanonical" books, meaning the "second" standard books. Protestants refer to them as the "apocryphal," or "hidden," books. The roots of this discrepancy go back more than 2, years, when Judaism was still developing.
There has been a surge in interest in topics such as Bible prophecy and the Rapture in the last few years, largely due to the surprising success of the Left Behind series, co-authored by Tim Lahaye and Jerry B.
Jenkins, two Fundamentalist Protestant authors. 1 Many Catholics have read the books, and while some recognize that the books do not.
I came from a Protestant background (Baptist, Presbyterian, Lutheran) and need ground rules for how to understand Scripture as a Catholic.
What differentiates Protestant from Catholic interpretation. I’m particularly interested in understanding Catholic interpretations of the Pauline epistles (Romans 9, Ephesians 2, Colossians 1) dealing with election, Revelation.
The Protestant Bible, of which the NIV is one version, is seven books shorter than the Bible used by Roman Catholics. But Protestants didn't just take out books; they used a Author: Elesha Coffman.
Catholic vs. Protestant Bibles By Greg Witherow Catholic Bibles contain Old Testament books not found in Protestant Bibles and as such Catholics are sometimes asked to explain this discrepancy.
In this short essay we will briefly cover the differences between the Catholic and Protestant Bibles and the reasons behind those Size: KB.
The Spirit of Protestantism Fr. Rumble delves into what constitutes the one in his book, The Spirit of Protestantism. 2 Of it where it is a question of Catholics understanding.
A: There are seven books in the Catholic Bible — Baruch, Judith, 1 and 2 Maccabees, Sirach, Tobit and Wisdom — that are not included in the Protestant version of the Old Testament. These books. There are seven 7 books in the Catholic bible that are not in the Protestant’s bible.
These books are Tobit, Judith, Wisdom, Sirach, Baruch, I and II Maccabees, and Esther. After Jesus’ resurrection from the dead, there were many writings about him.
These writings were divided into three main groups: Writings that were rejected by some and. Home › Forums › All Things Catholic › How do Catholics interpret the Book of Revelation. This topic has 1 reply, 4 voices, and was last updated 12 years, 2 months ago by Anonymous.
Viewing 4 posts - 1 through 4 (of 4 total) Author Posts Janu at am # AnonymousInactive What [ ]. No the Catholic Church does not teach “The Rapture”. I don’t know about the “etc.” Peace James. Lol I know I was vague. When I say etc think the “Left Behind” book series.
Basically, I am trying to get overall understanding of the Catholic position as well as some of the broad interpretations held by various Protestants groups. Catholic has more number of books than Protestant. Protestant Bible only has 7 books while Catholic has A catholic bible has Nihil Obstat and Imprimatur while a Protestant.
outside the Catholic Church think it ecumenically insensitive to drop the adjective Roman because so many Anglican, Orthodox, Protestant, and Oriental Christians also regard themselves as Catholic. But other Catholics object to the use of the adjective. Roman. Boston College -- Office of University Mission and Ministry.
The Catholic Encyclopedia lists a number of principles guiding Roman Catholic hermeneutics in the article on Exegesis (note: the Catholic Encyclopedia was written in and does not reflect the changes set forth by the encyclical Divino afflante Spiritu published by Pius XII inwhich opened modern Catholic biblical scholarship).
Historico-grammatical interpretation - The. It could be teachings about the Pope, Eucharist, Saints, Purgatory, or such things as artificial contraception, abortion, homosexuality, same-sex “marriage,” and female ordination. If one “protests” Catholic teaching on these things, one ceases to be Catholic and becomes PROTESTant.
Understanding these terms is important. Protestants believe in the Priesthood of all Believers, which is to say that protestants believe that all Christians have a direct connection with God--there is no need to go through a 's not to say that they don't have Priests or Pastors or other figures of leadership, but they don't fulfill the role of mediator between man and God, that they do in the Catholic tradition.
Theological disputes. Catholic-Protestant theological dissent was birthed in with the posting of Martin Luther’s Ninety-five Theses which outline ninety-five objections against Catholic doctrine. These included distinction between clergy and laity, the Roman Church’s monopoly on scriptural interpretation, the sale of indulgences, the nature of salvation, and more.
The Catholic Church, through the intercession of the Holy Spirit, discerned that these books were divinely inspired and included them in the Bible in the year AD. at the Council of Rome, under Pope Damasus I. After all, God is not limited by language.
Martin Luther, over years later during the Protestant Reformation, thought that these. Iirc the Catholic bible leaves out some books that are in the Protestant bible, and some wordings are different; not to mention the whole issue of “sola scriptura”.
Octo gapaul. Discussion with a Catholic on interpreting the Bible A good representation of the importance of presuppositions. The following dialogue is a good representation of the importance of presuppositions. In other words, you will interpret things according to your presuppositions.
Where Protestantism affirms justification by faith alone in Christ alone, Roman Catholicism denies it. Since these positions are opposite, they cannot both be true. CCC (CCC is the Catechism of the Catholic Church), "the mission of teaching all peoples, and of preaching the Gospel to every creature, so that all men may attain salvation.
> Why do Catholic Bibles not include the Book of Revelation? I heard or read somewhere that the Book of Revelation isn’t included in Catholic Bibles, but that they have 73 books instead of the Protest which Protestants know as the ‘Apocryp.