Title: Roman Catholicism and Freedom
Author: Cecil John Cadoux
Description: Fourth Edition, February 1947. Dark blue cloth boards with blue top edge and gilt titles on spine. Glue blemishes on front and rear endpapers where church library labels were affixed, otherwise interior is clean (and no other library-indicators either on or in book). Dust jacket has small chips at corners and at tail of spine; not price clipped. DJ is in an archival mylar sleeve.
A detailed examination of Roman persecution of Protestants, documented to show both the Roman Catholic apologetic and its practice. Contents: A Case for Vigilance; The Roman Record During the Nineteenth Century; Were the Protestants as Bad?; Would Rome Persecute Again?; The Apologetic for Persecution; Roman Catholic Propaganda; What About It?
Condition: Very Good
Jacket Condition: Very Good
Publisher: Independent Press, Ltd.
Size: 7.25 x 4.75 inches.
Pages: Index. 207 pages.
Keywords: Catholic, religious persecution, persecution of Protestants, Europe, history, religion, Christianity,
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