Thinking like a Catholic: Seeking Clarity in the Current Confusion
In March I began sifting back through all of the essays I had written on CatholicCulture.org since we last released any of my writings in ebook form, in 2014. Whether others will agree or not, it seemed to me that forty-seven of them were still highly relevant, and perhaps sufficiently well-written to be even more useful collected together in a single volume. The result is Thinking like a Catholic: Seeking Clarity in the Current Confusion.
Long-time readers will recognize that some of my more ambitious series are included in this collection, including the series on human knowing, relativism, gender ideology, evangelization, religious unity, mercy and vibrant Catholicism. These topics provide a convenient structure to the collection, but most of the sections include earlier or later individual pieces which touch on similar themes. My goal in writing most of the essays has been not only to offer reasonable conclusions but to acquaint readers with the principles, distinctions and methods of analysis which ought to characterize sound Catholic thought.
Hence the title, Thinking like a Catholic.
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