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How to Do Apologetics - Making the Case for Our Faith

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1043227
ISBN:
9781612785837
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Author:
Patrick Madrid
Format:
Softcover
Pages:
208
Created Date:
2016-07-26
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  • How to Do Apologetics: Making the Case for Our Faith
  • Using logic, arguments, and evidence to defend the Truth
  • Apologetics with atheists, moral relativists, and non-Christians
  • Special advice and examples for use with Protestants, as well as lukewarm or inactive Catholics
  • Proven strategies for responding graciously to opponents

From one of the most respected names in Catholic Apologetics, Patrick Madrid, comes the new book How to Do Apologetics: Making the Case for Our Faith. And it couldn’t be more timely. Seismic cultural shifts and increased attacks on religious liberty often place Christians in the uncomfortable position of having to defend their beliefs — even their belief in God — when their Faith is called into question by atheists, agnostics, Protestants, or people from other religions.

This book is the apologist’s toolkit covering all the topics you need to understand and apply Patrick Madrid’s own successful approach to giving reasons to believe.

  • Make a compelling case for God, Jesus Christ, and the Catholic Church
  • What you need to do apologetics well
  • PLUS: Patrick Madrid’s recommended books & CDs, and a glossary of key apologetics terms!

Patrick Madrid shows how YOU “can demonstrate confidently and effectively that Catholic teaching is reasonable, consistent, and compelling.”

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  • 5 Dec 27th 2017
    How to do apologetics

    This book is a great reference for a Catholic who are evangelizing. It helps you make the points you need to make.

    Adam L. Lennon

  • 2 Oct 23rd 2016
    How to do Apollogetics

    I was never good at math or algebra and I failed Logic. I'm about 1/2 way through the book, and the book is all about setting up premises for your argument to be sure what you say is Logically correct.

    Arthur Slinkard

  • 5 Oct 21st 2016
    how to do apologetics

    I've just begun reading it and I know I'll be a better Catholic when I learn and practice what it teaches me.

    mary noel ignal

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