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Essays in Apologetics, Vol. II

Arguments Directed to Non-Catholics

by Jeffrey A. Mirus Ph.D.

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Book Description

How we go about explaining and defending the Faith depends very much on our audience. This second volume of Dr. Jeff Mirus’ collected essays in apologetics includes essays written between 2004 and 2011 which primarily address those who are either not religious at all, not Christian, or at least not Catholic. These topics include natural theology, the argument from conscience, the nature of Revelation, the Resurrection of Christ, the role of the Bible, the primacy of Peter and the authority of the Church. This volume also includes the eleven-part “Why Be Catholic” series. The author holds his Ph.D. from Princeton University and has written frequently on apologetics over the past forty years.

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