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Product Details

  • Paperback: 464 pages
  • Publisher: Sophia Institute Press (August 15, 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1933184574
  • ISBN-13: 978-1933184579
  • Product Dimensions: 1.3 x 5.9 x 8.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #273,948 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Dave Armstrong is a Catholic apologist and author (convert from evangelical Protestantism in 1991). His conversion story is in "Surprised by Truth" (1994). He's been published in "The Catholic Answer," "This Rock," "Envoy," and other periodicals. Dave's many radio appearances include "Catholic Answers Live" and "Faith & Family Live."


His website / blog, "Biblical Evidence for Catholicism" has been online since February 1997, and contains more than 2500 papers (including 50+ separate web pages and 625+ dialogues). Sophia Institute Press has published five of his 30 books: "A Biblical Defense of Catholicism" (2003), "The Catholic Verses" (2004), "The One-Minute Apologist" (2007), "Bible Proofs for Catholic Truths" (2009), and "The Quotable Newman" (editor: 2012).

Dave was the co-author (with Dr. Paul Thigpen) of "The New Catholic Answer Bible" (Our Sunday Visitor: 2005), and editor for "The Wisdom of Mr. Chesterton: The Very Best Quotes, Quips, and Cracks from the Pen of G. K. Chesterton" (Saint Benedict Press / TAN Books: 2009) and author of "100 Biblical Arguments Against Sola Scriptura" (Catholic Answers, 2012).


He has been happily married to Judy since October 1984; they have three sons and a daughter and reside in metro Detroit.

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Dave Armstrong is a Catholic apologist and author (convert from evangelical Protestantism in 1991). His conversion story is in "Surprised by Truth" (1994). He's been published in "The Catholic Answer," "This Rock," "Envoy," and other periodicals. Dave's many radio appearances include "Catholic Answers Live" and "Faith & Family Live."

His website / blog, "Biblical Evidence for Catholicism" has been online since February 1997, and contains more than 2500 papers (including 50+ separate web pages and 625+ dialogues). Sophia Institute Press has published five of his 30 books: "A Biblical Defense of Catholicism" (2003), "The Catholic Verses" (2004), "The One-Minute Apologist" (2007), "Bible Proofs for Catholic Truths" (2009), and "The Quotable Newman" (editor: 2012).

Dave was the co-author (with Dr. Paul Thigpen) of "The New Catholic Answer Bible" (Our Sunday Visitor: 2005), and editor for "The Wisdom of Mr. Chesterton: The Very Best Quotes, Quips, and Cracks from the Pen of G. K. Chesterton" (Saint Benedict Press / TAN Books: 2009) and author of "100 Biblical Arguments Against Sola Scriptura" (Catholic Answers, 2012).

He has been happily married to Judy since October 1984; they have three sons and a daughter and reside in metro Detroit.

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This book underscores the need to study Scripture in a more complete context.
Ronald E. Robinson
So though I read the book straight through such a method of reading this book is not required.
M. A. Ramos
It is a great reference book when you are doing your personal Bible study as well.
Katherine Bartlett

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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Katherine Bartlett on April 17, 2010
Format: Paperback
I ordered this book from Sophia Institute Press to read as part of their Books for Bloggers program because I was very interested to see the claims that the Catholic Church has more of a complete grasp of the meaning of scripture than other religions. Although I am not a Catholic, I am a Protestant, I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It is 444 pages long but it is filled with wonderful Bible verses to back up the statements given. What impressed me very much is that the author was actually a Protestant who reformed to Catholicism so the book has a little bit of both worlds in my point of view. In all honestly, it is written for either to understand and you can tell years and years of research went into writing this book. I recommend it to everyone who is searching for answers to their biblical questions. It is a great reference book when you are doing your personal Bible study as well. I give it 5 stars.

Disclaimer: Sophia Institute Press sent me a complimentary copy of this book for me to review. The opinions expressed are my own. No money was received from this review.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By M. A. Ramos VINE VOICE on October 5, 2010
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Dave Armstrong is a Catholic writer, apologist and was formerly a Protestant campus missionary. In this book Mr. Armstrong uses scripture from the 1611 King James Bible too show the biblical rational for Catholic beliefs. The author does not try to use his own words to explain the truth of Catholic beliefs but lets the scriptures speak for themselves.

An easy to use reference book that is broken out by doctrine that are supported in depth by scriptures taken from throughout the Bible and shown in light of there full context. Though I would have preferred the Douay Rheims version of the Holy Bible was used I can see the merits of using the 1611 King James version to reach a wider audience. For this book is written for all Christians to easily find the biblical support for the stated doctrine that heads each section.

The format of the book allows you to go straight to the particular doctrine you may have questions about. So though I read the book straight through such a method of reading this book is not required. This is a book you will read more than once and is a book that every Christian should consider. An apologists reference book. Note: The Sophia Institute Press sent me a complimentary copy of this book for me to review.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Ronald E. Robinson on September 22, 2010
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Too often Bible-based Christians think they can dismiss Catholicism. This book underscores the need to study Scripture in a more complete context. It is invaluable to anyone seeking a proper understanding of what Scripture is saying to us.
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By M. Pitre on March 24, 2014
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What this book does is help one understand what the whole bible says about a particular subject in that it contains the main passages from both the old and new Testament on key matters that the Christian faith is based on. This helps one grasp the big picture and is preferable than pulling out single verses which only give part of the meaning of all scripture on the subject matter. When looked at in the total, one can better understand what the whole bible says about faith, obedience, works, baptism, salvation, just to name a few. This is a great reference for any student of the bible. What I like about the book is that I can pick it up and read about any area at any time so when I have a question in my mind I go to this book to find the scripture that enlightens me and inspires me. The reader will find that the Catholic church has from the beginning based their beliefs and teachings on the bible.
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2 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 12, 2011
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It is a good book for looking to find the versus to manifest to others about what The Catholic Church Teaches. I think as I noticed on some pages, the author could have done a better job on more hot button issues like "Statues" and worship of them or not? He devoted very little to that topic. I think when it comes to The Catholic Church's external configuration of the Institution, the book could have added much much more resources. It didn't. I recommend it as it does reach many points that are often hard for the average Catholic to attempt to argue (discuss) with their fellow non-Catholic.
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