Designed for Catholics rather than for Protestants, this book is a good source to find answers to common misconceptions about the Roman Catholic Church
This book tries to set the record straight on what Romanists really believe. Unfortunately, like all other books by Romanists, the book contains deception and play on words that no reader will get an accurate understanding of this religion. The plain fact is that Romanists really do believe in salvation by faith and works (contrary to Romans 3:20), that Mary never lost her virginity (what about James?), that the apocrypha is inspired (this is contrary to centuries of Jewish tradition and is derived from the Septuagint rather than the original Hebrew text), that Christ's substance is really in the bread and wine (this is based on an awful "exegesis" of John 6:53-58 that would even put most hardline literalist fundamentalists to shame), and that the Roman Church is a very hierarchical ecclesial dictatorship that dictates doctrines (contrary to the simple congregational type of churches in the first century and the spirit of the Bereans). If you want an objective view of Romanism from reliable writers try "The Gospel According to Rome" by James G. McCarthy or "The Roman Catholic Controversy" by James R. White. These books will clear up any mud that might still exist.