Catalog Theme 5:
The Beauty and Reasonableness of Traditional Christian Faith
1. Works for Explaining the Nature, Value, and Reasonableness of Christian Faith to Non-Christians
On ‘Being Religious’
Explaining The Beauty and Reasonableness of Christian Faith to Non-Christians
© 2004 Peter William John Baptiste SFO
2. Works for Explaining the Nature, Value, and Reasonableness of Christian Faith to Christians For Their Edification
Love Unbounded: Tracing Salvation History from the Eternal Trinity to the New Covenant Church
Using Family Theology to Answer the Question How and Why Does Jesus’ Death Save Us?
© 2006 Peter William John Baptiste SFO
3. Works for Explaining the Nature, Value, and Reasonableness of Traditional Christian Faith to “Doctrinally Liberal” or unorthodox Christians Towards Their Re-Conversion to Christian Orthodoxy
What Scripture Alone Testifies Concerning the Church as the Body of Christ Expressing Himself in Scripture, Tradition, and Magisterium
The Biblical Basis for the Early Church’s Formal Repudiation of Heretics, Which Is the Biblical Basis for Refuting Modern Doctrinally Liberal Christianity Which Likewise Rejects or Doubts Traditional Christian Faith and Morality
© 2003, 2006 Peter William John Baptiste SFO
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