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While it deals extensively with Protestantism, its target is more the un-churched or lightly-church modern who, if he gives any thought at all to Catholicism, thinks it mildly foreign.
As Knox knew, it is not the most difficult part of modern apologetics to convince the devoted Protestant that he has much of Christian truth but now needs to move on to the rest, which is found only in the Catholic Church.
The most difficult part is convincing the nominal Protestant (or nominal Catholic), the vaguely religious person, or the person without any religious inclinations that God really does exist, that His existence matters, and that only knowledge of Him and obedience to Him can lead to answers of the questions that haunt everyone.
Paperback, Size: 5 x 8, 221 pp.