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    Any Bible Christian that believes all the nonsense and misconception about the Church Jesus Christ established should sit down with there Bibl

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    I'm an atheist daughter to two devout Catholics My parents fear for my soul and my mother asked me to read this Since I don’t believe in the divinity of the Bible I couldn’t get through parts 2 and 3 other than the very final Chapter Those sections are like reading fan commentary about the Lord of the Rings Star Wars Star Trek or many of the other topics of passionate leisure discourse If you haven't gotten lost in

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    Overall this book was well reasoned and provided good biblical examples when relevant for supporting arguments for Catholicism vs other Christian denominations However the first part covering arguments for the faith to present to atheists felt too shallow It could have gone much deeper into convincing arguments rather than skimming lightly over a few It would also have been useful to include arguments for Christianity specificall

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    I have wanted to read something by Scott Hahn for a while For most of his life he was a Presbyterian even serving as a past

  5. says:

    Phew Finally finished My mother gave this to me years ago in an attempt to try to bring me back to the fold I promised her I would read it and after 20 false starts and forcing myself to read it in 5 10 pages chunks I finally finished the darn bookScott Hahn thinks that God in general and Catholicism specificall

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    Reason to believe is a phenomenal read My initial intention was to slowly digest the contents of the book to ruminate on each arguments and really learn about the history of the Catholic church the arguments for our practices and pointers on how we should present these arguments to non believers or our fellow Christians However the lucidity

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    Scott Hahn continues to use his vast knowledge of scripture to explain reasons the Catholic Church is the church founded by Jesus and how best to be an apologist The Bible leads us to the Church For the Bible does not create the Church or justify the Church or serve as the Church's constitution The Bible presupposes the Church and depends upon the Church for its own authenticationThe Church preceded the Scriptures Indeed all the

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    Dr Hahn is a late life convert to Roman Catholicism after spending much of his life as a Presbyterian and a ministerHis approach is accessible and at the same time scholarly His style is admirable for a theologian and writer of apol

  9. says:

    I read this as I was going through RCIA and entering the Catholic faith in 2007 Hahn explains things in excellent detail

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    35 stars I found this book a little hard to get into The first part 'Natural Reasons' deals with a few principles of logic and raises points to use in discussion with atheists Although I doubt this part will convince any atheists to change their minds it gives some points to allow for the reasonableness of faith in God As Hahn states these are merely invitations to belief and not formal reasons for assenting to faith 38The second

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And that is there when we view the natural world through a microscope through a telescope or through our contact lensesAt the heart of the book is Hahn's examination of the ten keys to the kingdom the characteristics of the Church clearly evident in the Scriptures As the story of creation discloses the world is a house that has a Father a palace where the king is really present God created the cosmos to be a kingdom and that kingdom is the universal Church fully revealed by Jesus Chris. Scott Hahn continues to use his vast knowledge of scripture to explain reasons the Catholic Church is the church founded by Jesus and how best to be an apologist The Bible leads us to the Church For the Bible does not create the Church or justify the Church or serve as the Church s constitution The Bible presupposes the Church and depends upon the Church for its own authenticationThe Church preceded the Scriptures Indeed all the New Testament books except for the Gospels are primarily occupied with describing a community already well established with distinctive policies practices and patterns of devotion with its own structures of authority and methods of decision makingIt was until the fourth or fifth century that the institutional Church fixed the New Testament in the form we know it todayThe Mass is saturated with the Bible The Bible is saturated with the Mass

SUMMARY Reasons to Believe How to Understand Explain and Defend the Catholic Faith

Reasons to Believe How to Understand Explain and Defend the Catholic Faith

This book unravels mysteries corrects misunderstandings and offers thoughtful straightforward responses to common objections about the Catholic faithBestselling author Scott Hahn a convert to Catholicism has experienced the doubts that so often drive discussions about God and the Church In the years before his conversion he was first a nonbeliever and then an anti Catholic clergymanIn REASONS TO BELIEVE he explains the how and why of the Catholic faith drawing from Scripture his own str. Any Bible Christian that believes all the nonsense and misconception about the Church Jesus Christ established should sit down with there Bible and take a historical and theological journey with Scott Hahn He used to have those same misconceptions as a Cradle Catholic it is awesome to rediscover the beauty of the faith through the eyes of someone who made his journey Home

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Uggles and those of other converts as well as from everyday life and even natural science Hahn shows that reason and revelation nature and the supernatural are not opposed to one another; rather they offer complementary evidence that God exists But He doesn't merely exist He is someone and He has a personality a personal style that is discernible and knowable Hahn leads readers to see that God created the universe with a purpose and a form a form that can be found in the Book of Genesis. I have wanted to read something by Scott Hahn for a while For most of his life he was a Presbyterian even serving as a pastor before converting to Roman Catholicism Since then he has written many books on Roman Catholic Christianity This book is Catholic apologetics and while I am not convinced and thus won t be converting I found this book very helpful I would recommend this book to Catholics and non Catholics to help understand the Catholic faith and the Biblical arguments for it Many Catholics and Protestants are biblically illiterate and it can only help all of us to read the works of people like Hahn whether we agree or notThis book is divided into three parts The first section is a basic overview of some apologetic arguments for the Christian faith in general It is not too deep so it would be approachable for any Christian What is missing is a real argument for Christianity The arguments focus on the God s existence universal morality and the limits of reason but there is nothing saying why all of this leads to the particular Christian faith as opposed to some other religion Of course there are many books on such topics Yet the move in section two into a defense of Roman Catholic distinctives may leave the reader wanting something Section two argues for the biblical basis of veneration of the Saints and Mary the papal office and the mass Overall it was thought provoking and helpful Yet the debate would be whether the biblical passages cited actually do in their context support such practices Or did the practices come about and then a search was made for biblical supportThe third section was the best and in my opinion should have come second Here Hahn takes us through the Biblical story focusing on the covenant between God and king David and how this connects to the person and work of Jesus Christ Hahn uses this story to argue once again for Roman Catholic Christianity But this is strong biblical theology for any ChristianOverall this would be a good book for Catholics to better understand their faith Also it would be a helpful read for other Christians seeking to understand the Catholic faith especially the biblical arguments used to support it

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