Radio Replies -Volumes 1-3 [NOOK Book]

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A classic of Catholic apologetics, widely considered to be among the most effective and comprehensive defenses of Catholicism ever published. Concise, unflinching and compelling answers to literally thousands of questions regarding the teaching of the Catholic Church. Each volume also features a preface written by The Venerable Fulton Sheen.

Fathers Rumble (a former Protestant) and Carty have created an ...
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Radio Replies -Volumes 1-3

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Overview

A classic of Catholic apologetics, widely considered to be among the most effective and comprehensive defenses of Catholicism ever published. Concise, unflinching and compelling answers to literally thousands of questions regarding the teaching of the Catholic Church. Each volume also features a preface written by The Venerable Fulton Sheen.

Fathers Rumble (a former Protestant) and Carty have created an indispensable resource for anyone looking to explain the truth of Catholicism to curious non-Catholics.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015018790
  • Publisher: Jonette Steele
  • Publication date: 7/24/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 200,481
  • File size: 5 MB

Meet the Author

Rev. Dr. Leslie Rumble, M.S.C. was the host of a popular weekly radio show in Australia called "Question Box." Starting in 1928, he spent five years on air answering questions about faith, religion, and morality from the Catholic perspective. He challenged his audience to challenge him with their hard questions about the Catholic Church. If the Church is to be abused and treated like a criminal, then "she has a right to be heard," he said. Out of this was born the first edition of "Radio Replies," published in Australia.

Fr. Charles Mortimer Carty was a 'street preacher' and host of "Catholic Radio Hour," broadcast out of St. Paul, Minnesota. "I realized that this priest in Australia was doing exactly the same work I was doing here in St. Paul," wrote Fr. Carty. And so began a publishing collaboration that led to the phenomenally popular American edition of "Radio Replies", two subsequent volumes, and over a dozen other publications defending Catholic teaching.
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  • Posted December 23, 2012

    (This review is for the hardcover edition) Wonderful classic Ca

    (This review is for the hardcover edition)

    Wonderful classic Catholic apologetics resource which contains almost every challenge ever leveled against the Catholic Church by both honest enquirers and hostile skeptics. Formatted in short, easily digestible question and answer form, these answers are simple yet comprehensive and offered in plain language that directly answers each challenge. Some questions may be a little obscure, pertaining to persons and events that must have been hot topics around the time of publication, but most of the challenges are perennial and evergreen. Answers are always given in a spirit of charity, however sarcastic and in pertinent questions are called out for what they are. Not only highly informative but highly entertaining!

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