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Why Catholics Are Right

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For some Catholicism is the only permanent, absolute body of truth, while for others it is the last permanent, absolute body that has to be opposed and stopped. Why Catholics Are Right opens with a discussion of the abuse scandal and the reality of what happened. Coren then traces Catholic history, with a discussion of the Crusades, Inquisition, Holocaust, and Galileo. He looks at Catholics and theology, explaining what and why Catholics believe what they do — Papal infallibility, immaculate conception, the Church rather than Bible alone. Finally, Coren outlines the pro-life position and why it is so important to Catholicism.

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In his challenging and thought-provoking book Why Catholic Are Right , Michael Coren demolishes often propagated myths about the Church's beliefs and teachings, and in doing so, opens a window onto Catholicism, which, he writes, "is as important now as it ever was and perhaps even more necessary." 

Tracing Catholic history, he deconstructs popular anti-Catholic arguments regarding the Church and the Crusades, the Inquisition, Galileo, and the Holocaust.

He examines Catholic theology and central pillars of Catholic belief, explaining why Catholics believe what they do. 

Finally, he explores the dignity of life argument and why it is so important to Catholicism. 

"Michael Coren has written a case for the Catholic faith that is the rarest kind of book: wonderfully readable, intellectually vigorous and stylish in its force. His chapter on Church history is worth the price alone; but the whole text is alive with fidelity, penetrating intelligence and the irony of our times, expressed with consummate skill. Highly recommended."
Charles Chaput,
Archbishop of Denver

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Product Code B0756
Topic Apologetics
Author Michael Coren
Format Softcover Book
Pages 228
Publisher Random House

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