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by Jim Tetlow,Roger Oakland

  • Author: Jim Tetlow,Roger Oakland
  • ISBN: 0970060971
  • ISBN13: 978-0970060976
  • ePub: 1909 kb | FB2: 1201 kb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Understand the Times (January 1, 2004)
  • Pages: 210
  • Rating: 4.3/5
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Another Jesus? The Eucharistic Christ and the New Evangelization ePub download

The book ends as any good Christian book should, with a call to the Word of God and His scripture which is given to free those captiveĀ .

The book ends as any good Christian book should, with a call to the Word of God and His scripture which is given to free those captive, and a call to the true cross of salvation is offered for those who have never heard the Good News. Jim Tetlow and Roger Oakland in their book "Another Jesus: The Eucharistic Christ and the new Evangelization" is a blatant attempts at judging mysteries that are not understood. The gift of the Eucharist is a mystery that is well documented in the writings of the Early Church Fathers. Roger Oakland and Jim Tetlow have made it their mission to bash and misinterpret all things Catholic.

Pope John Paul II has called for a new evangelization focused on the Eucharistic Christ. According to Roman Catholic teaching, the Eucharist is the central component of the Mass and the source and summit of Christianity. By chronicling the growing cult of eucharistic adoration and the increasing trend of eucharistic evangelization, Roger Oakland points readers back to a "more sure word of prophecy" and the true Jesus of the Bible.

The Eucharistic Christ and the New Evangelization. by Roger Oakland and Jim Tetlow. From that point on Oakland endeavours to write this book as a wake up call for a sleeping church today and to those that have been seduced into a different gospel which invariably leads to a Jesus not of the written Word, but of man's traditions. Just as Jesus said in Matthew 15:9 "But in vain do they worship me, Teaching as their doctrines the precepts of men". He carefully sets out and establishes what another Jesus could be, and more importantly, he shows the reader what Jesus is not.

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The Eucharistic Christ and the. New Evangelization. by Roger Oakland with Jim Tetlow. Chapter 4 and chapter 10 were written by Jim Tetlow. Another Jesus? The Eucharistic Christ and the New Evangelization By Roger Oakland, with Jim Tetlow Published by Understand the Times . Box 27239 Santa Ana, CA 92799. The appendix of this book was co-authored with Jim.

Personal Name: Oakland, Roger, 1947-. Catholic Church Doctrines. Personal Name: Tetlow, Jim. Personal Name: Moore, Susan. Publication, Distribution, et. Santa Ana, CA. Understand the Times, (c)2004. Rubrics: Evangelistic work Catholic Church Lord's Supper. Download now Another Jesus : the Eucharistic Christ and the new evangelization by Roger Oakland, with Jim Tetlow . Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.

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Pope John Paul II has called for a new evangelization focused on the Eucharistic Christ. According to Roman Catholic teaching, the Eucharist is the central component of the Mass and the source and summit of Christianity. It is believed that when a priest consecrates the Communion bread, the wafer is no longer bread, but the actual body, blood, soul, and divinity of Jesus Christ. Rome teaches that Jesus is literally and bodily present wherever a consecrated Host is found. Therefore, hundreds of thousands of Catholic churches claim that Jesus is present in their eucharistic tabernacle or monstrance. How might this peculiar belief lead to the evangelization of the world into the Roman Catholic religious system? Is transubstantiation taught in the Bible? Does Bible prophecy give insight into these global, ecumenical end-time events? What did Jesus mean when He warned that many would claim that Christ was in the "inner rooms" in the last days (Matthew 24: 23-27)? Why did Jesus warn that these false appearances of counterfeit christs would be accompanied by "great signs and wonders to deceive, if possible, even the elect"? Another Jesus? The Eucharistic Christ and the New Evangelization, explores these topics from a biblical perspective - exhorting all to heed the Bible's warnings. By chronicling the growing cult of eucharistic adoration and the increasing trend of eucharistic evangelization, Roger Oakland points readers back to a "more sure word of prophecy" and the true Jesus of the Bible. (Paper Back)
Rollers from Abdun
This book was easy to read and succintly followed a theme that was convincing to the reader. That theme being as the title suggests, "Another Jesus"? He starts with the scripture 2 Corinthians 11:3-4, where Paul was concerned that some of the Corinthian Church had been led astray and was in danger of being deceived by a different gospel and another Jesus.

From that point on Oakland endeavours to write this book as a wake up call for a sleeping church today and to those that have been seduced into a different gospel which invariably leads to a Jesus not of the written Word, but of man's traditions. Just as Jesus said in Matthew 15:9 "But in vain do they worship me, Teaching as their doctrines the precepts of men".

He carefully sets out and establishes what another Jesus could be, and more importantly, he shows the reader what Jesus is not. He encourages you to be discerning and diligent in searching the scriptures to recognise deception in all its magic. He also asks, if one was to follow this other Jesus would it be important enough to seperate the church? Although he doesn't dedicate much time on this question, but rather leads the reader to come to a conclusion however uncomfortable it may be.

Using the famous Sermon on the Mount he then presents his case on the false christ's and where you might find them. He uses well documented statements from "The Canons and Decrees of The council of Trent", and the encyclicals issued by the now deceased Pope John Paul 2 to add weight to his case. The book is well footnoted from where he has quoted, and he has footnoted web-sites from where he has drawn.

He takes the reader on a journey to better understand the significance of a new type of evangelisation that is expected to happen in the Catholic church. Interestingly, the book was written before the death of Pope John Paul 2, and Cardinal Ratzinger is quoted in December of 2000 as saying that the church is searching for a new method of evangelisation to the world, and one that the world will hear. What that new evangelisation will be is answered in this book by the statements and encyclicals made (all footnoted and documented) and by other memebers and outreaches of the Roman Catholic Church. This book will be a real eye opener to many who are not blind already.

The book ends as any good Christian book should, with a call to the Word of God and His scripture which is given to free those captive, and a call to the true cross of salvation is offered for those who have never heard the Good News.
Gtonydne
Much needed must read! I would highly recommend this great, well written book to all, especially to those of the RCC or those who know people in the RCC
zzzachibis
Jim Tetlow and Roger Oakland in their book "Another Jesus: The Eucharistic Christ and the new Evangelization" is a blatant attempts at judging mysteries that are not understood. The gift of the Eucharist is a mystery that is well documented in the writings of the Early Church Fathers. Roger Oakland and Jim Tetlow have made it their mission to bash and misinterpret all things Catholic. Tetlow's "Queen of All" shows a lack of understanding of the person and role of the Mother of Christ, who is "she who crushes the head of Satan."

"Sola Scriptura" is a fallacy that denies the ongoing development and growth of the Body of Christ. Scripture and Tradition are both needed in discerning how the Lord is manifesting Himself in an ongoing way.
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