What can Catholics and Evangelical Protestants learn from each other? What are the main points of contention and what are the points of agreement? This program offers a candid and revealing discussion between a Catholic priest and an Evangelical pastor who seek to answer those provocative questions. Produced by Kensington Community Church as part of their ministry to foster Christian understanding and unity, this program respectfully examines the similarities and differences between Catholic and Protestant belief. DVD includes a comprehensive study guide and workbook.
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Since the start of the Reformation, 500 years ago, Protestants have been at odds with the Catholic Church. But what precisely are the issues that still divide Protestants and Catholics today? Are their areas of theology and practice where the two traditions are in agreement? Pastor Steve Andrews of Kensington Community Church and Father John Riccardo of St Anastasia Roman Catholic Church, both located in Troy Michigan, sat down together to discuss these contentious issues. Pastor Andrews respectfully asks questions concerning Catholic teaching on salvation, the Eucharist, the Virgin Mary, the Saints, prayer, confession and more. Father Riccardo argues that much of the mistrust of Protestants toward Catholicism is a result of misunderstanding yet he also openly discusses where the Catholic Church has fallen short and what it can learn from the Protestant tradition. Though the conversation does not resolve the theological disputes at hand, the two ministers show that honest and respectful dialogue is possible. The discussion also reveals a surprising degree of charity and agreement between the two participants.
Includes a comprehensive study guide and workbook to be used with the DVD
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