In Controversies: High Level Catholic Apologetics
, best-selling Catholic apologist and author, Karl Keating, presents writings from five of his favorite apologists who give a clear and forceful exposition of Catholic truth.
These five well-known British writers of the 20th century had strong convictions, were not afraid of controversy, and defended the truth with vigor and charity.
The five apologists are John Henry Newman, Hilaire Belloc, Herbert Thurston, Arnold Lunn, and Ronald Knox. Each of their pieces was directed at one person, with an invitation for the public to look over the writer’s shoulder.
Each selection includes prefatory material from Keating that sets the stage and introduces the characters, along with 337 footnotes.
These great writers employ what Keating calls "high-level apologetics" — plenty of erudition, accessibility, and wit.
Unlike today, when many find reasoned controversy unfashionable, and a desire for the truth giving way to indifference, these writers display a passion for the truth, sophisticated arguments, clarity of thought and vivid personalities.
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Paperback, Size: 5” x 8”, 278 pages