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word, church and sacraments in Protestantism and Catholicism

Louis Bouyer

word, church and sacraments in Protestantism and Catholicism

by Louis Bouyer

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Published by G. Chapman in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Catholic Church -- Relations -- Protestant churches.,
  • Authority -- Religious aspects.,
  • Sacraments.

  • Edition Notes

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    Statementby Louis Bouyer, Cong. Orat.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBT"88"B633
    The Physical Object
    Pagination80 p. ;
    Number of Pages80
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22153596M

      Central to Jesus’s ministry on earth was the institution of seven sacraments. Through these sacraments our Lord was able to provide formal ways by which we might enter the Church and receive His grace. They are therefore a way by which Christ made it possible for us to remain in constant real contact and communion with Him in every age.   Unfortunately, books like these tend to be a little polemic, or a little mean to Protestants! The Catechism of the Catholic Church is not necessarily geared towards Protestants, but you won’t do any better for one-stop book on what Catholics profess to be true.

      In fact, in these ecclesial contexts the sacraments are the only way for salvific grace to be dispensed for the seekers of God and His eternal life. As a Protestant I am going to clearly have problems with the sectarian way that Catholics and the Orthodox view the sacraments of the Church. And you’ve got a book there called The Catechism of the Catholic Church that does a good job of letting Catholics speak for themselves. Well, this 46 minutes has flown by, and I want to thank you all for taking the time to come in and talk with us about the difference between Roman Catholics and Protestants.

      In each instance, he shows how Catholicism solves the Protestant’s dilemma through the witness of Scripture, Christian history, and the authority with which Christ himself undeniably vested his Church. The Protestant’s Dilemma is the perfect book to give non-Catholics trying to work through their own nagging doubts, or for Catholics looking.   Phillip Cary of Eastern College has argued, “Protestantism cannot carry through its own deepest intention – to put faith in the word of Christ alone – without a Catholic doctrine of.


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Format: Paperback The author identifies the places of the Word of God, church authority and sacraments in Protestantism and Roman Catholicism/5(4). The Word, Church and Sacraments in Protestantism and Catholicism  is a theological classic.

Bouyer, one of the greatest theologians of the 20th century and a convert from Protestantism, contributed significantl The Word, Church and Sacraments in Protestantism and Catholicism  is a theological classic/5. The author identifies the places of the Word of God, church authority and sacraments in Protestantism and Roman Catholicism.

Bouyer favors Catholicism. At times, this slants his objectivity, but he does provide insights for readers of various backgrounds/5. The word, church and sacraments in Protestantism and Catholicism. [Louis Bouyer] -- This classic work seeks to foster unity and deeper understanding among Christians by comparing the Catholic and Protestant views of Scripture, Church authority and the sacraments.

The author, one of Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript. Get this from a library. The word, church, and sacraments in Protestantism and Catholicism. [Louis Bouyer]. Buy The Word, Church and Sacraments in Protestantism and Catholicism New edition by Bouyer, Louis, Littledale, A.V.

(ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(3). The Word, Church and Sacraments in Protestantism and Catholicism is a theological classic. It seeks to foster unity and deeper understanding among Christians by comparing the Catholic and Protestant views of Scripture, Church authority, and the : $ The Catechism of the Catholic Church lists the sacraments as follows: "The whole liturgical life of the Church revolves around the Eucharistic sacrifice and the sacraments.

There are seven sacraments in the Church: Baptism, Confirmation or Chrismation, Eucharist, Penance, Anointing of the Sick, Holy Orders, and Matrimony." The list of seven sacraments already given by the Council of Florence.

Clements, George George Clements (left) distributes the Eucharist at his parish, Holy Angels Church, in Chicago, John H.

White/EPA/National Archives, Washington, D.C. The Eucharist, or Holy Communion, is another sacrament of initiation and can be received daily if is the central rite of Catholic worship.

A baptized child's First Communion is usually celebrated around age seven. The Word, Church and Sacraments in Protestantism and Catholicism i s a theological classic.

It seeks to foster unity and deeper understanding among Christians by comparing the Catholic and Protestant views of Scripture, Church authority, and the Sacraments.

Sacraments: Catholic are the only ones to have the concept of the seven sacraments (baptism, confirmation, the Eucharist, penance, anointing of the sick, holy orders, and matrimony). Protestants.

The Catholic Church is generally thought to be "sacramental" in its emphasis upon the special role and status of the sacraments, and the function of priests in administering them, whereas many Protestant denominations place greater emphasis upon the direct, personal relationship between God and the individual believer, suggesting that faith.

The Protestant church that tells me to run to the Bible for specific answers might just miss the Catholic call to the quiet, cool and darkened church in the middle of a college campus, where the.

The Protestant Heritage - The Protestant Heritage - The “priesthood of all believers”: If the teaching of justification had important consequences for the doctrines of God and of humanity in Protestantism, it had equally important consequences for the Protestant understanding of the church and the relationship between clergy and laity.

The medieval system (both sacramental and sacerdotal. Octo marks the th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, an important date in the history of the United Church and for Reformed Churches around the world.

To commemorate the occasion, we are publishing a series of blog posts by Trisha Elliott on "What Makes Us Protestant." Take a look at all the blog posts in this series. Why do we have only two sacraments. We should stop trying to evangelize Protestants, some Catholics say.

“Let’s get our own house clean first, before we invite our fellow Christians in,” someone commented on a recent article of mine that presented a Catholic rejoinder to a prominent Baptist r reader argued that, rather than trying to persuade Protestants to become Catholic, we should “help each other.

The beauty of Catholicism lies not only in that the Church is the authoritative compiler of the Bible, but because Catholicism presents the Faith and Biblical interpretation as an integral whole.

Answering common Protestant objections to Catholicism, serves not only an apologetic role, but serves as a source of meditation on the integral truth.

The Catholic Church, after all, explicitly confesses Jesus Christ as God and Savior. The Christian Bible occupies a central place in its liturgy and doctrine.

Catholics are baptized in the name of the Triune God and celebrate the sacrament of Christ’s body and blood. A sacrament is a Christian rite recognized as of particular importance and significance. There are various views on the existence and meaning of such rites. Many Christians consider the sacraments to be a visible symbol of the reality of God, as well as a means by which God enacts his denominations, including the Catholic, Anglican, Lutheran, Methodist, and Reformed, hold to the.

by Jonathan McMonigal “The difficulty of explaining “why I am a Catholic” is that there are ten thousand reasons all amounting to one reason: that Catholicism is true.” -G.K. Chesterton Prologue On April 11th,I was confirmed as a Catholic Christian at Holy Transfiguration Melkite Greek Catholic Church.

The Melkites are one of many. God’s word has power, but sacraments help it grow in lives of faithful. Published: Janu By Father Jerome Kodell, OSB Subiaco Abbey.

In a familiar reading from the recent Christmas liturgy, the shepherds, excited by the angels’ announcement of the birth of a savior, say to one another, “Let us go, then, to Bethlehem to see this thing that has taken place.” (Luke ).The widely read author and philosopher Peter Kreeft presents a unique book about the important beliefs that Catholics and Protestants share in common.

Inspired by Christ's prayer for unity in the Gospel of John and Saint John Paul II's encyclical Ut Unum Sint, Kreeft demonstrates that Christian reunification is .The Catholic Church sees baptism as the first and basic sacrament of Christian initiation.

[25] In the Western or Latin Church, baptism is usually conferred today by pouring water three times on the recipient's head, while reciting the baptismal formula: "I baptize you in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit" (cf.

Matthew ).