Why We’re Catholic: Our Reasons For Faith, Hope, And Love
Wouldn’t it be great to have a book to give non-Catholic or ex-Catholic friends and family to explain exactly why we believe what we believe? The good news is that now there is! Why We’re Catholic is the groundbreaking new resource by apologist Trent Horn – that one, general book you can hand to anyone as a starting point for helping them find their way into, or back to, the practice of the Catholic Faith.
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In a series of short, easy to read chapters, Trent covers the whole range of common topics, starting with why we believe in anything at all and answering all the common objections to the Catholic Faith—both doctrinal and moral.
Don’t miss out on the most important, life-changing book to come along in years!
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