(Original post by kath_igidbashian)
Sure, might not be able to answer everything but I'll try...
and thanks btw
Hasn't actually heard about that, do you know what the other books are called? Might have to look it up online
Any approved Catholic version of the Bible will have the deuterocanonical books in them - try a New Jerusalem Bible. That's the translation I like the most
There's all sorts of odd books that I never realised weren't accepted by others. Judith and parts of Esther, for example - two of my favourites. The bits of Tobit that I've read, I've enjoyed too. Oh, and not forgetting Wisdom.
(Original post by Ayesha.Tabassam95)
Okay so what's the difference between yourself and the Roman catholic church?
The Roman Catholic church is led by the Pope in Rome, who, we believe, is the direct spiritual descendant of St. Peter.
The word Catholic means universal - so you get other churches who also call themselves Catholic, and are linked to the RC church - Greek Catholic, for example.
And why do believe God to consist of three things? I thought there was only one god so how can he be divided into three things??
Also sorry can you explain in simple terms Ive not got experience of that much terminology.
In addition to the shamrock description, I've heard it described as being like water. You get water in three distinct forms - solid (ice), liquid (water), and gad (water vapour). Whichever form it's in, it's still water.
It is worth pointing out though, that