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The Reformation’s Conflict with Rome: Why it Must Continue

by Reymond, Robert L.

Christian Focus 2001

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Overview

Written in an inoffensive yet honest way, Robert Reymond has studied the essential divisions between Roman Catholics and the Reformed church to find out the real issues and points of conflict.

Reymond looks at historical watersheds of doctrine, the development of Roman Catholic authority and contemporary attempts at rapprochement (including ‘Evangelicals and Catholics Together' and Robert Sungenis' ‘Not by Faith Alone'). In doing so he helps us understand the great truths of salvation worked out through the sacrifice of Jesus, the Messiah.

Key Features

  • Discourse on the essential differences between Roman Catholic and Reformed doctrines
  • Comprehensive studies on the development of Roman Catholic authority
  • Scripture references link to your original language texts and English translations

Praise for the Print Edition

Dr. Reymond clearly demonstrates in this monograph that there are several serious doctrinal differences between Roman Catholic teaching and Biblical Christianity . . . I am confident the reader will find this work clear, fair, and accurate. I highly commend its close reading.

R. C. Sproul

Product Details

  • Title: The Reformation’s Conflict with Rome: Why it Must Continue
  • Author: Robert L. Reymond
  • Publisher: Christian Focus Publications
  • Publication Date: 2001
  • Pages: 160

About Robert Reymond

Robert Reymond taught for more than 25 years on the faculties of Covenant Theological Seminary and Knox Theological Seminary. He holds B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. degrees from Bob Jones University and did post-doctoral studies at Fuller Seminary, New York University, Union Seminary, Tyndale House, Cambridge, and Rutherford House, Edinburgh. Currently he is the Emeritus Professor of Systematic Theology at Knox Theological Seminary, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.