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Posted December 24, 2007
This is a great book for the Catholic apologist, the Protestant willing to hear the Catholic side of the story, and really, any sincere truth-seeking Christian. It will broaden your views. You will find that Catholicism is much more biblical than most people thought. The only bad thing is that Keating tends to stereotype Fundamentalists and doesn't seem to have as much respect for them as he should. But don't let that stop your from reading it!
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Posted September 5, 2012
A good reference for Catholics and Fundamentalists with question
A good reference for Catholics and Fundamentalists with questions. These two groups have different world views. The book is well organized to answer questions about the Inquisition, Popes who sinned, and other issues which are brought up in anti-Catholic literature. Truth seekers will learn the sources of information in the literature. How I wish I had read this book years ago! My Catholic spouse hadn’t a clue how to answer these questions from the perspective of my world view.
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