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KrazyKaiju KrazyKaiju is offline

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  1. Joyful_1
    Aug 16, '09 7:51 am
    Joyful_1
    Okay, I'll add them to my to-read list(it's quite long). I've heard of the two by Peter Kreeft, I think, from listening to Open Line. I think Patrick Madrid recommended them to someone. I really should read them.

    I just thought of another good one that I've read: Reasons to Believe by Scott Hahn. I read most of it, but, like most things I try to read, I never actually finished it because I started another book at the same time and...... you know. My dad has read it, though, and he gave a copy of it to everyone in his RCIA class.
  2. Joyful_1
    Aug 14, '09 8:00 pm
    Joyful_1
    Hey! I haven't actually read a really good apologetics book in a while, but I have to recomend a few that I read when I was converting. Obviously, Catholicism and Fundamentalism by Karl Keating. I really liked On Being Catholic and Evangelical is not Enough by Thomas Howard. There are a ton of good ones out there, but I'm really not the one to ask. I like to do a little apologetics, but I haven't read a good book on it in a while.
  3. distracted
    Jun 29, '09 11:32 am
    distracted
    masturbating is a serious sin..

    it ruins a close relationship w/ the Lord... and messes up "things"...

    hard to resist the temptation sometimes but well worth it to do so... This sin separates one from Christ.. intimacy w/ Him... which = more time in purgatory... etc...
  4. Sailor Kenshin
    Jun 22, '09 2:12 pm
    Sailor Kenshin
    *waves*

    What's wrong with IM anyway?

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  • About KrazyKaiju
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    Quaker in name, Catholic inclined (So just assume Catholic)
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