021: Apologetics 101 – How to Prove the Catholic Faith (w/ Dr. Doug Beaumont)

021: Apologetics 101 – How to Prove the Catholic Faith (w/ Dr. Doug Beaumont) August 27, 2019

In this episode of The Cordial Catholic Podcast, I’m joined by apologist, speaker, and author Dr. Douglas Beaumont to give us a crash course in apologetics.

With his trademark insight, Dr. Beaumont discusses how we can share proofs and evidence for God with everyone from Atheists to Anabaptists and everyone in between. He provides insights and some of his favourite theological, philosophical, and scientific arguments and evidence for God’s existence and why, historically, the Catholic Church makes the most sense of it all.

For more on Doug visit his website where you can find more information on his speaking, by his fabulous books, and follow him on his upcoming pilgrimage.

To see the “apologetic prism” that Dr. Beaumount was referring to throughout this episode click here.

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