—Charles J. Chaput, Archbishop of Denver, Colorado
"Fearless. Unpredictable. Funny. Never boring. There's nobody and nothing like Michael Coren in journalism anywhere."
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This book is exactly what it claims to be. It is not an exhaustive work on Catholic apologetics. If you want that I would recommend someone like Robert Sungenis or Dave Armstrong. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Omar Vazquez
All the information is accurate. I didn't like the format though. The chapters were too long and one subject ran into another.Published 4 months ago by Karen
Considering that Mr. Coren has left the Catholic Church, it makes one question the sincerity of what he wrote in this book. Evidently, according to Coren, Catholics aren't right. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Tim Drake
I have not read the book and probably will never read a Michael Coren book.
He converted to Anglican while still trying to make money out of teaching Catholicism. Read more
I had considered buying this book... until I heard this news:
Unfortunately, Michael Coren no longer believes his title. Read more
Confirming, affirming and a source of strength in what I already believe.Published 9 months ago by North Woods of Minnesota Guy
Excellent book on the what Catholics believe and why they believe it. Deals well with many of the common objections to Catholicism. A well written book.Published 10 months ago by Richard