The Catholic: Letters Addressed by a Jurist to a Young Kinsman Proposing to Join the Church of Rome

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The Catholic: Letters Addressed by a Jurist to a Young Kinsman Proposing to Join the Church of Rome

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This 293 page book contains a series of letters written by a member of the legal profession in order to dissuade a young man from joining the Roman Catholic Church. It includes also, an appendix: "Church Books of the Apostolic Church, as Restored by Bunsen."

Identifier

JHAB 043

Publication Date

1856

Publisher

John P. Jewett and Co.

City

Boston

Language

English

Keywords

Roman Catholic Church, controversial literature

Disciplines

Catholic Studies

Comments

A volume from the private library of the Reverend John Henry Augustus Bomberger (1817-1890), founder and first President of Ursinus College.

Books of this order, decidedly anti-Romist, served Bomberger's purposes well in his many battles against the "Romanizing tendencies" of John Williamson Nevin, Philip Schaff, their successors, and students at the Mercersburg Seminary.

The Catholic: Letters Addressed by a Jurist to a Young Kinsman Proposing to Join the Church of Rome

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