Confessions of a Born Again Catholic, A Scriptural Look at Catholic Christianity
By Daniel F. Wiegand
HAVE YOU EVER WONDERED:
* What it means to be "born again"?
* If Jesus is really present in communion?
* If it is okay to go to Mary and the Saints in prayer?
* How faith and works are related to salvation?
* If the baptism in the Holy Spirit is for real?
* What the Catholic Mass is really all about?
* Why the Catholic Bible has more books than other Bibles?
* If the rules and traditions of the Catholic Church are Scriptural?
* What happened century by century in Catholic Church history--and why?
* What God has to say about Christian unity?
This book answers these questions and many others from the down-to-earth viewpoint of attorney Daniel Wiegand who, after confronting his own questions about Christianity and Catholicism, explored the Bible and became a born again, Bible believing, Spirit filled, Catholic. If you're not familiar with the term "born again", don't worry. This book is definitely Catholic and has received the Nihil Obstat and Imprimatur.
If you'd like to be a better informed Catholic, have a greater understanding and appreciation of your faith, get more out of Mass, have a closer relationship with Jesus and the Holy Spirit and be able to respond to those who say the Catholic Church isn't scriptural, read this book. If you have a friend or loved one who has left the Catholic Church, this book may draw them back. If you're a former Catholic or a non-Catholic who has questioned the scriptural basis for Roman Catholicism, this book will benefit you as well. With over 600 Scripture references and quotations the author literally makes the case for Roman Catholicism.
WHAT DR. FRANS BRANDT, Ed.D, ABMP SAYS
In his Foreword to the book, Dr.Brandt, author of ten books published in several countries, says "Both Catholic and non-Catholic Christians-as well as anyone who has even the slightest interest in the Bible, spirituality, or Church history-will be greatly blessed by reading this book. ...Wiegand has written the kind of book, perhaps even the book, that may play a major role in bringing about greater unity to the body of Christ."