The Case for Catholicism

The Case for Catholicism
By Trent Horn
Publisher: Ignatius

Horn, a lay convert to Catholicism, strongly defends his newfound faith against Protestant objections. Using Scripture, logic, philosophy, and the early Church Fathers, he covers most issues dividing Catholics and Protestants.

He includes The Papacy, Priesthood, Canon, Eucharist, Mass, Purgatory, Blessed Virgin Mary, her Immaculate Conception and Bodily Assumption. He describes the differences concerning Protestant communion and baptism. Most interesting is his challenge to Sola Scriptura, the Protestant doctrine “by faith alone,” that was the foundation of the Reformation.

Catholics wanting a defense of their faith will welcome this. Protestant readers will learn a lot about Catholic perspectives on their faith.

—John Bernstein