Just finished Karl Keating’s book Catholicsm and Fundamentalism and I thought I’d start a thread to chat about the book: likes, dislikes, good points, favorite chapters, etc. Hopefully this is the right forum to do it since it is the apologetics one.
In addition, I have a couple of questions about what I read but I’m going to hold off on those - I may need to make separate threads or even pose them on the Ask an Apologist board.
So I’ll start us out. I was surprised to find that what I liked best about the book was not necessarily the “apologetics” portion - even though they were well written, you know, the stuff on Mary and calling priests “Father” and such. I found that what I really liked best was the first 2 or 3 opening chapters about anti-Catholic sloppiness and the difference between “dogma” and “discipline”. Very good.
So you people that have read the book toss in your 2 or 3 or 4 or 500 cents! Church Militant told me in a pm that this thread might even entice Karl Keating himself to make a comment or two!! :bounce: