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on 25 June 2014
Ralph Martin addresses the question of how much of mankind shall be saved by the Redeemer God with reference to the history of the Church's teaching and an in-depth analysis of the documents produced by Vatican II. Contrary to what many Roman Catholics both lay and religious now believe, Martin shows convincingly that the gate to heaven is still the narrow path which Our Lord spoke of, and many people have misinterpreted the Vatican II documents to their own eternal detriment. The world cares little or nothing for the eternal things of God and many Catholics have slipped into a casual attitude in their worship since Vatican II that is insulting, irreverent, worldly and sacreligious - and the sad part is many clerics let this go without confronting it and without teaching their congregations how to worship God worthily and how to live pious lives, which is essential for salvation. Perhaps if they read this book they would buck up their ideas and save souls for Jesus, including their own.
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on 24 January 2014
If one needs an explanation of Vatican II documents on salvation, and if one is confused on Kung and von Balthasar, this is a great book. Should be read by all theology students.
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on 3 December 2012
How should we look at "extra ecclesia nulla salus" today as a new era of evangelisation begins. Theology from a a much respected author.
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