Church of Rome the Enemy of the Holy Virgin and Jesus Christ by Charles Chiniquy

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“The great desire of Jesus Christ is, that men may believe on this love and boundless mercy with which his heart and soul abound for them — Jesus wishes it. I would dare to say that the great ambition of Jesus Christ is, that men may understand that they have never been loved by any one, as they have been by Him, and that no one ever can love them as he does.” — Rev. Charles Chiniquy.

Fr. Charles Chiniquy was born in the town of Kamoraska, Canada, on 30th July, 1809. From his infancy he was taught the Scriptures by his pious mother, and got to love so many of the chapters that he committed them to memory. When only nine years of age he had learnt by heart the history of the creation and fall of man, the deluge, the sacrifice of Isaac, the history of Moses, the plagues of Egypt, the hymn of Moses after crossing the Red Sea, the most interesting events in the life of David, several Psalms, the parables of Christ, and the whole history of our Saviour as narrated by John.

Level of Difficulty: Primer: No subject matter knowledge needed.

Book Contents

  • Preface by Lutheran Librarian
  • Preface
  • 1 The Good Shepherd And The Wandering Sheep.
  • 2 “The Prodigal Son And His Father.”
  • 3 The Crucified Jesus And The Penitent Thief.
  • 4 Fearful Blasphemies of The Church Of Rome in regard to The Holy Virgin and Jesus Christ.

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Publication Information

  • Lutheran Library edition first published: 2021
  • Copyright: CC BY 4.0
Charles Chiniquy
Charles Chiniquy
(1809-1899)

If there is a thing which is as evident as two and two make four, it is that Romanism is the old idolatry of Babylon, Egypt and Rome, under a Christian mask. But this new form of idolatry is so boldly denied by some of the great dignitaries of Rome, and so skillfully concealed by others, under the spotless robe of Jesus, that not only the too unsuspecting nominal Protestants, but even the ‘very elect,’ are in danger of being entrapped and deceived.

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