Thursday Book Review – Recommendation of a Review: Answering the Alleged Catholic Verses

Dear ones, Tom our brother in Christ over at ExCatholic4Christ has diligently worked his way through Dave Armstrong’s book “The Catholic Verses”. He addresses all 104 verses listed by the catholic apologist, and gives Biblically sound exegesis for each of them individually. More than a review, Tom has given us a complete rebuttal to the doctrines of the Roman Catholic Church. Below I’ve attached a post he wrote where he lists every refutation for these verses Armstrong gave. I know I’ve been tremendously blessed by these, and if you have friends, family members, or acquaintances in the Catholic Church you’ll find these very helpful for sharing the Gospel with them.

This is also important if you have children, my daughter is only eight and has already encountered the argument that Catholics are no different than Christians. It was actually thanks to Tom and his hard work that she had an answer to that. It has happened to many youth raised up in church, having not been taught the distinction, that they are drawn away by every wind of doctrine. These posts are a perfect primer for addressing, apologetically, the errors of the Roman Catholic Church, and their false gospel of works. Tom was, himself, raised in the Catholic faith, allowing him to see first hand just how destructive that false gospel is. I pray the Lord blesses you through Toms hard work. As always, beloved brethren, be good Berean’s and study to show yourselves approved.


Author: lnhereford

I am a Christian, wife, mother, podcaster and homeschooler currently traveling the United States with my loving husband and darling daughter!

6 thoughts on “Thursday Book Review – Recommendation of a Review: Answering the Alleged Catholic Verses”

  1. Sister, thank you so much for this post and for the kind and encouraging comments! That series was a long journey but your support and the support from others was a big encouragement. The Lord helps us with every challenge and will see us through.

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      1. Thank you, my friend! I remember I was procrastinating starting the series because I didn’t relish the work, but you got me motivated with a good word of encouragement.

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