What to Say and How to Say It Discuss Your Catholic Faith with Clarity and Confidence

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What to Say and How to Say It
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Discuss Your Catholic Faith with Clarity and Confidence

Brandon Vogt, bestselling author of Why I Am Catholic (and You Should Be Too), offers Catholics an indispensable resource for understanding and articulating the Church’s teaching on seven of the most critical issues Catholics face today as we dialogue with the secular culture and people of other religious backgrounds.

Based on the content of Vogt’s online community, ClaritasU, What to Say and How to Say It equips readers with the tools to intelligently discuss topics such as the Eucharist, same-sex marriage, and abortion, providing straightforward talking points to explain Catholic teaching.

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Format: Paperback book
Product code: AM719592
Dimensions: 5½" x 8½"
Length: 256 pages
Publisher:
Ave Maria Press
ISBN: 9781594719592
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“Few people can explain Catholicism as well as Brandon Vogt. He fearlessly tackles even the most difficult issues, and does it with grace and kindness.”
Jennifer Fulwiler, Podcaster and author of Something Other Than God,  
“Brandon Vogt is great at breaking down the defense of the faith into easy-to-understand lessons. This is a great starting point for anyone who wants to learn how to explain some of the most criticized aspects of our Catholic faith.”
Trent Horn, Author of Why We're Catholic
“What to Say and How to Say It is pure gold for anyone hoping to have better, more fruitful conversations about these vitally important issues.”
Holly Ordway, Author of Apologetics and the Christian Imagination 
“With truth in charity, Brandon Vogt does a masterful job of handling many of today’s hot-button issues. From atheism to the Eucharist and from transgenderism to the problem of evil and suffering, the reader will be equipped with a clarity of thinking to help them know What to Say and How to Say it. I highly recommend this book!”
Curtis Martin, President and founder of FOCUS
“I know few Catholics who have studied the arguments for and against the existence of God more thoroughly than Brandon Vogt. If you're looking for a book of apologetics that is as practical as it is theoretical, you won't find a better one than this.”
Matt Nelson, Assistant director of the Word on Fire Institute