Night Journey From Rome


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Former Catholic priest, Clark Butterfield, describes how he placed his faith in Christ alone, and left the Catholic church. A talented writer, he goes on to explain how the Scriptures disagreed with his church, and why he had to leave the priesthood. (Read More)


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The most effective tool to reach someone who is trapped in the bondage of Roman Catholicism is the testimony of someone who saw Rome’s futile rituals and realized that they were not biblical. This beautifully written book is perfect to put into the hands of any Catholic who may be questioning their faith in Roman Catholicism.

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Clark Butterfield overcame a family scandal in order to become a priest. He wrote, “I wanted to be on the other side of the screen in the confessional, having Christ ratify my decisions to absolve or withhold sins.” Trapped in his “Catholic guilt”, with no assurance of salvation, he hoped that in becoming a priest, “maybe this would clinch the deal.” Instead, he found only disappointment. Finally, he just walked away to do his own thing.

But God had other plans.

God placed a Christian in Clark’s path who was secure in his confidence in his Creator and began to challenge Clark. He came to understand what faith in Christ alone truly meant.

After he was joyously born again, Clark used his intimate knowledge of Catholicism and his growing understanding of the Bible to craft an exquisitely detailed explanation of Catholicism’s unbiblical bondage.

Butterfield takes you gently through his dark night of doubt, and describes what the true Scriptures teach about Mary, salvation through works, forgiveness of sins by a priest, the Eucharist, and other Catholic doctrines, and gives you great ideas to explain these truths to other Catholics.

A master storyteller, Clark engagingly details his own struggles with his life in the Catholic church, then dissects its teachings with the same down-to-earth readability.

This is a rare kind of book that will both open the eyes of the Catholic as well as provide valuable instruction for anyone wishing to rescue someone from the pope's grasp.

Share this with Catholic family, friends, and others. You will clearly see the Scriptural basis for your own beliefs. Having read this book, you will understand Catholics better than before, and you will know more ways of sharing simple salvation in Jesus with them.

Table of Contents

  • Chapter 1: Sunday, August 6, 1978
  • Chapter 2: Decision
  • Chapter 3: The Journey
  • Chapter 4: Is Mary My Mother?
  • Chapter 5: Christ’s Church
  • Chapter 6: Who Can Forgive Sins?
  • Chapter 7: The Holy Communion
  • Chapter 8: The Holy Bible
  • Chapter 9: The Holy Spirit
  • Chapter 10: The End Times
  • Epilogue
  • Postscript

Table of Contents

  • Chapter 1: Sunday, August 6, 1978
  • Chapter 2: Decision
  • Chapter 3: The Journey
  • Chapter 4: Is Mary My Mother?
  • Chapter 5: Christ’s Church
  • Chapter 6: Who Can Forgive Sins?
  • Chapter 7: The Holy Communion
  • Chapter 8: The Holy Bible
  • Chapter 9: The Holy Spirit
  • Chapter 10: The End Times
  • Epilogue
  • Postscript

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About Author

Clark Butterfield

Clark Butterfield was ordained to the Catholic priesthood in 1965 and served in that capacity in California, Kansas, and Michigan until 1973. After losing confidence in various Catholic teachings, he left the priesthood without scandal and obtained a job working in the offices of the Detroit Police Department, although he still practiced his Catholic religion.

He was led to the Lord by a fellow member of the police department in 1978 and subsequently wrote, “Night Journey From Rome”, which includes his personal testimony and describes what the true Scriptures teach about Mary, salvation through works, forgiveness of sins by a priest, the Eucharist, and other Catholic doctrines.

Clark went to be with the Lord on May 5th, 1981.

Details

Author: Clark Butterfield
ISBN: 9780758913517
Price: $12.95