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How NOT To Share Your Faith: The Seven Deadly Sins Of Apologetics And Evangelization

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Catholic apologetics is back. It's everywhere. As a professional apologist, Mark Brumley sees this renaissance as an immensely good thing -- an essential part of the Church's evangelical mission.

Even so, grave dangers attend this apologetics renaissance. Some of these dangers are so serious, they threaten to undermine the 'good' that apologetics can accomplish. Brumley calls these dangers the Seven Deadly Sins Of Catholic Apologetics And Evangelization. Like the seven deadly sins of the moral life, they are "deadly" not merely as isolated, individual acts but as vices or evil habits -- habitual tendencies to act in a certain way.


In How NOT To Share Your Faith: The Seven Deadly Sins Of Catholic Apologetics And Evangelization, Brumley exposes them for you.

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Catholic apologetics is bigger than ever. It's everywhere. As a professional apologist, Mark Brumley sees this renaissance as an immensely good thing -- an essential part of the Church's evangelical mission.

But often times untrained apologists can undermine arguments for the faith and drive people farther away from the truth.

In How NOT To Share Your Faith: The Seven Deadly Sins Of Catholic Apologetics And Evangelization,Brumley describes seven of the most common and tragic mistakes he and other apologists have made over the years in their attempts to defend and explain the Catholic faith.

More importantly, he reveals how you can avoid these mistakes and become far more effective at sharing your faith in a charitable way - even if that means losing an argument from time to time.

 

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Product Code CB265
Topic Apologetics
Author Mark Brumley
Format Softcover Book
Pages 124
Publisher Catholic Answers

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