It’s not uncommon for someone who doesn’t understand the Catholic faith to question believers on hot-button topics such as contraception and Church scandals. Are you confident in your responses or do you try to avoid the conversation because you don’t know if you’ll get it right?
In What to Say and How to Say It, Volume 3, Brandon Vogt—bestselling and award-winning author and senior publishing director of Word on Fire Catholic Ministries—tackles these critical issues, as well as salvation, the Bible, miracles, the Mass, and end-of-life concerns, to give you the tools you need to be clear and convincing as you share your convictions with those around you.
Each chapter offers an overview of the topic and a straightforward explanation of what the Church teaches. Then you’ll learn about the most common contemporary arguments against the Church’s teachings followed by step-by-step instructions for responding intelligently and confidently. Vogt also shares interviews with experts on each topic, including Christopher West, Mike Aquilina, Stephanie Gray Connors, and Karlo Broussard.
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“Brandon Vogt has given us practical, rational, and compassionate responses to the most challenging arguments against Catholic teachings. Each chapter is laid out to make even the most daunting questions easily answerable, and it’s not just what to say and how to say it but also why we should and when we should. The answer to who should say it: everyone. Everyone should be ready with these responses. Everyone should read this book.”
“If you've ever wanted to speak up for your faith at the water cooler or on the airplane but got tongue tied this is the book for you! Brandon Vogt, a master communicator, tackles the tough questions that many Catholics are embarrassed to discuss. You’ll get the tools you need to explain your faith with confidence!”
“This book is the perfect catechetical and apologetic tool for anyone seeking to understand the Church’s teaching on key contemporary issues. With his usual clarity, Brandon Vogt offers yet another concise and formative series of reflections that strike all the right notes.”