Books Concerning the problems in Catholicism in English
50 Years in the Church of Rome: The Conversion of a Priest
By Charles Chiniquy
Charles Chinique was raised as a Roman Catholic. He became a priest for more than 25 years until he found significant corruption in Roman Catholicism and figured out that the Roman Catholic was not the church of Jesus Christ. He resigned from being a priest. In this book, he exposed the corruption among priests and bishops and why the Roman Catholic is not the church of Jesus Christ as it claimed it is.
Answering Catholicism with Questions
By Philip Delre
This book exposes how the Roman Catholic doctrine of salvation contradicts Scripture. It is easy to read and is written out of love for Catholic people.
Answers to My Catholic Friends
By Thomas F. Heinze
Thomas Heinze is an evangelical missionary in Italy for over 30 years. In this book, he answers those questions many Roman Catholics ask. He gives Biblical answers.
By David W. Daniels
This book is a history of goddess-worship written like a graphic novel. It is well-researched showing how goddess worship transformed through the centuries until it climaxed in its present most common form: the worship of the Virgin Mary. In different cultures, the names were different, but the goddess was the same. She was the Queen of Heaven, the mother of the god. She became the Mediatrix through whom all must go to reach their god.
Catholicism: Teachings and Errors Exposed
By Carlos E. Alvarez
By reading this book you will get facts and proof with specific Bible verses that rebuke some of the doctrines Roman Catholicism teaches. This book is to motivate you and encourage you to turn to the Word of God and research for yourself. This book is not an attack on Catholics as individuals and it is meant to expose the system and open the eyes of individuals.
Preparing for Eternity
By Mike Gendron
This book will equip and encourage Christians to proclaim the glorious Gospel of grace to Catholics and also persuade Roman Catholics to trust the Word of God over the teachings and traditions of their church. The book is rich with Scripture and begins by laying a biblical foundation for truth and authority. It pleads with Catholics to work out their salvation with fear and trembling by examining the biblical requirements for salvation, how sins are forgiven and how they can know eternal life is secured by God.
By Jack Chick
Jack Chick believes that the whore in the book of Revelation is the Roman Catholic Institution. In this book, Chick shows the activities of this institution in the past, what they are doing at present, and their ultimate goal for the future. This book is overwhelming with information but Chick believes that the information must be disseminated.
The Gospel According to Rome: Comparing Catholic Tradition and the Word of God
By James G. McCarthy, John MacArthur
This book provides a powerful and insightful examination of the Catholic Church. It provides a side-by-side comparison of Scripture with the Catechism, a summary of the Catholic's views about grace, works and heaven, an explanation of their mass and sacraments, and more.
The Priest, the Woman and the Confessional
By Charles Chiniquy
This book reverently and tastefully exposes why confession of sins to a man cannot be of God. You will see how this practice destroys both the priest and the person doing the confessing.
The Two Babylons
By Alexander Hislop
In this classic book, Alexander Hislop reveals that many Roman Catholic teachings did not originate with Christ or the Bible, but were adopted from ancient pagan Babylonian religion, and given Christian names. This book accurately provides a fascinating historical in-depth examination of the shocking similarities between the practices of ancient Babylonian religion and those of today's Roman Catholic church.
Understanding Roman Catholicism: 37 Roman Catholic Doctrines Explained
By Rick Jones
This book is a wake-up call for Roman Catholics. It quotes 37 main Catholic teachings from official Catholic sources. The Bible is also quoted in this book to show how each Catholic doctrine directly contradicts God's word.
James G. McCarthy (Books)
Letters Between a Catholic and an Evangelical
This book presents a unique collection of correspondence between two friends who have spent many hours discussing their faiths - one a Catholic priest, the other an evangelical minister. The fresh insights from this book brings clarity and respect to both sides of the ongoing dialogue between Catholics and evangelical Christians, and readers will benefit by being able to make their own informed conclusions about the difference.
Talking with Catholic Friends and Family
This book provides an insightful glimpse into the way Catholics think about God, the church, getting to heaven, and the practice of their religion. With compassion and clarity, McCarthy tells real-life stories that contrast biblical Christianity with Catholicism.
The Gospel According to Rome
Drawing directly from the new Catechism of the Catholic Church, the author addresses the primary differences between Catholic doctrine and biblical Christianity. A clear, accurate comparison of Catholic tradition and the Word of God.
What You Need to Know About Roman Catholicism: Quick Reference Guide
In 16 pages of concise, reader-friendly information, this booklet presents the major points and arguments of the religion or subject discussed. Side-by-side comparisons with biblical teachings are provided for a scriptural perspective. This book is ideal for at-a-glance reference or for giving away.