Open Forum for Non-Catholics
Steve Ray answers:
How ought a Catholic layperson submit himself to a Protestant?
Are works in the Christian life a testimony of faith, merits, or salvation?
Why are Catholics opposed to same-sex marriage?
What do you have to believe to consider yourself a Catholic?
What do Catholics believe about end times? Is there room within the Catholic Faith to disagree about this?
Why does the Catholic Church put so much emphasis on receiving Eucharist, and not more on the Holy Ghost?
What is the difference between the Evangelical and the Catholic understanding of salvation?
"In Crossing The Tiber, Ray shares with the reader hia exhilarating journey into the Catholic Church. He convincingly lays out the issues that carried them over the ""uncrossable chasm"" and into the Catholic Church. Thoroughly documented with over 400 footnotes, Crossing The Tiber contains an extensive compilation of Biblical and Patristic quotations and commentary on the issues of Baptism and the Eucharist, as well as a thorough analysis of Sola Scriptura and Tradition. A must-read for those considering the claims of the Catholic Church."