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Are Catholics Born Again? - Single

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Are Catholics Born Again?

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Catholics and Protestants agree that to be saved, you have to be born again. Jesus said so: "Truly, truly, I say to you, unless one is born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God" (John 3:3).

When a Catholic says that he has been "born again," he refers to the transformation that God’s grace accomplished in him during baptism. Evangelical Protestants typically mean something quite different when they talk about being "born again."

Regeneration (being "born again") is the transformation from death to life that occurs in our souls when we first come to God and are justified. He washes us clean of our sins and gives us a new nature, breaking the power of sin over us so that we will no longer be its slaves, but its enemies, who must fight it as part of the Christian life (cf. Rom. 6:1–22; Eph. 6:11–17).

To understand the biblical teaching of being born again, we must understand the terms it uses to refer to this event.

This tract takes a look at the teaching through Scripture, history and the teachings of the Church Fathers and contrasts it with the beliefs of the main Protestant factions.

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