Meeting The Protestant Response: How to Answer Common Comebacks to Catholic Arguments

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When Protestants Strike Back…

Thanks to apologetics, millions of regular Catholics have learned to give good reasons for the things they believe, usually to Protestants who challenge their faith with a Bible verse or historical claim.

But those critics of the Church have been paying attention, and now they have their own answers to rebut the standard Catholic proofs.

In Meeting the Protestant Response, Karlo Broussard follows up his bestselling Meeting the Protestant Challenge by looking at the fresh counter-arguments that Evangelical pastors and scholars have developed and taught their followers to make. On subjects like the Eucharist, the papacy, salvation, and the veneration of saints, Karlo breaks down these new comebacks, shows how they don’t actually disprove the classic Catholic argument, and offers more biblical, logical ways to explain and defend the doctrines and practices of our faith.


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Karlo Broussard
Softcover, 288 pages
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  • 5
    Great follow-up to Meeting the Protestant Challenge

    Posted by Paul Curry on Aug 15th 2022

    As always, Karlo goes into great detail and references all his arguments. He also uses the help of his fellow apologists, like Jimmy Akin, to ensure everything is 'bomb'proof'. My only criticism, and this is just me, is that I sometimes found it confusing going back and forth between Catholic beliefs, Protestant challenges, responses, summaries etc. Sometimes, I found myself unsure if I was reading the Protestant or the Catholic belief. This is not to say Karlo hasn't laid out the information well, just that there is so much information and back and forth arguments that I had to really slow down to ensure I knew which side of the coin I was reading. Overall, a great, in-depth, and well thought out book that would make a great reference tool on any Catholics bookshelf.

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