- Handbook of Catholic Apologetics: Reasoned Answers to Questions of Faith
- A quick way to find solid answers
- Concise, helpful, and intriguing
- Perfect for Catholics of various learning stages
Unbelievers, doubters and skeptics continue to attack the truths of Christianity. Handbook of Catholic Apologetics is the only book that categorizes and summarizes all the major arguments in support of the main Christian beliefs, including key distinctively Catholic doctrines. Also included is a Protestant-friendly treatment of Catholic-Protestant issues. The Catholic answers to Protestant questions show how Catholicism is the fullness of the Christian faith.
An expanded, Catholic edition of the popular book Handbook of Christian Apologetics, Handbook of Catholic Apologetics is full of the wisdom and wit, clarity and insight of philosophers Peter Kreeft and Ronald Tacelli. This is an informative and valuable guidebook for anyone looking for answers to questions of faith and reason. Whether you are asking the questions yourself or want to respond to others who are, here is the resource you have been waiting for.
- faith and reason
- the existence of God
- God's nature
- creation and evolution
- providence and free will
- problem of evil
- Bible's historical reliability
- divinity of Christ
- Christ’s resurrection
- life after death
- heaven, hell, purgatory
- Christianity and other religions
- objective truth
- The Eucharist and the Real Presence of Jesus
- Mary’s role in the Christian order
- The authority of the Church
- Communion of saints
- Faith and works
- Catholicism as Complete Christianity
Peter J. Kreeft, Ph.D., is professor of philosophy at Boston College where he has taught since 1965. A popular lecturer, he has also taught at many other colleges, seminaries and educational institutions. Kreeft has written more than fifty books, including Fundamentals of the Faith, You Can Understand the Bible, Catholic Christianity, Because God is Real, Heaven: The Heart’s Deepest Longing and Summa of the Summa.
Ronald Tacelli, S.J., is associate professor of philosophy at Boston College and has published articles in the Public Affairs Quarterly and Dowside Review.