A Daily Defense: 365 Days (plus one) to Becoming a Better Apologist
Do you want to learn how to defend and explain…
- The existence of God…
- The reliability of the Bible…
- The Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist…
- The authority of the pope and the Church…
- and scores of other truths that we Catholics believe— but you don’t have a lot of time?
Don’t worry. Jimmy Akin has done the hard work for you.
All you need is five minutes a day.
In A Daily Defense, Jimmy compiles 366 challenges that Catholics often hear from skeptics and non-Catholics—about God, Jesus, Scripture, morality, Mary, history, and a host of doctrines—and teaches you how to answer them.
Combining deep learning with decades of experience explaining Catholic belief and practice on a popular level, he cuts to the heart of each subject, offering pithy but powerful replies that are both effective and easy to master.
A Daily Defense is perfect reading before bed or during breakfast, for down time or prayer time, part of a regular routine or picked up on the go.
Whatever your day is like, spending just a few minutes in these pages is guaranteed to equip you with the knowledge and skills you need to defend the Catholic Faith.
Also available as an eBook
Softcover, 390 pages
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My husband and I are using this book during our prayer time. He isn't much of a reader, so we are both getting some good information about our faith. We like the book.
A page a day may make me a humble apologist I pray.
My brother wants one now...
The book does exactly what it promises to do, and very effectively. Good job Mr. Akin.
Another quality resource from Catholic Answers and Jimmy Akin. Thank you.
I love Jimmy Akin and just started with this book and it is awesome. We all need to become better evangelists and this is a great start for beginners or experts. God Bless you, Jimmy!!
This is really a good book. I read one everyday. I've read 40 so far. It's very good.
A DAILY DEFENSE is comprehensive and while I have read most of it, It seems to be a Christian orientation as well as Catholic in the majority.