A Biblical Defense of Catholicism (#1; completed in May 1996; self-published: Oct. 2001; Sophia version: June 2003)
Biblical arguments in support of distinctively Catholic doctrinal positions, with an emphasis on informality and dialogue; mostly drawn from real discussions.
Bible Conversations: Catholic-Protestant Dialogues on the Bible, Tradition, and Salvation (#3; June 2002)
Mere Christian Apologetics (#5; Sep. 2002)
Christian Worldview vs. Postmodernism (#6; Sep. 2002)
The Catholic Answer Bible (#7; Sep. 2002)
Family Matters: Catholic Theology of the Family (#8; Dec. 2002)
Reflections on Radical Catholic Reactionaries (#9; Dec. 2002; rev. Aug. 2013)
Critique of “traditions of men falsely made out to be the only proper traditions of the Church”: the faulty and erroneous use of dogma and private judgment.
Protestantism: Critical Reflections of an Ecumenical Catholic (#10; May 2003)
Orthodoxy and Catholicism: A Comparison (#12; July 2004; 3rd edition: July 2015)
The Catholic Verses: 95 Bible Passages That Confound Protestants (#13; August 2004)
Catholic Church Fathers: Patristic and Scholarly Proofs (#15; Nov. 2007)
Martin Luther: Catholic Critical Analysis and Praise (#16; April 2008)
Bible Proofs for Catholic Truths: A Source Book for Apologists and Inquirers (#18; April 2009; published in August 2009)
Biblical Catholic Answers for John Calvin (#19; March 2010)
Science and Christianity: Close Partners or Mortal Enemies? (#21; Oct. 2010)
Biblical Catholic Salvation: “Faith Working Through Love” (#22; Oct. 2010)
A treatment of many important aspects of Catholic beliefs regarding the sacrament of the Holy Eucharist, with strong emphasis on biblical argumentation.
The Quotable Newman: A Definitive Guide to His Central Thoughts and Ideas (#24; Aug. 2011; published Oct. 2012)
100 Biblical Arguments Against Sola Scriptura (#25; Nov. 2011; published May 2012)
Biblical Evidence for the Communion of Saints (#27; Feb. 2012)
Biblical Proofs for an Infallible Church and Papacy (#28; March 2012)
The Quotable Augustine: Distinctively Catholic Elements in His Theology (#32; Sep. 2012)
Quotations from St. Augustine: widely considered the greatest Church father, and often claimed as the direct forerunner of Reformed Protestantism.
A Biblical Critique of Calvinism (#33; Oct. 2012)
Mass Movements: Radical Catholic Reactionaries, the New Mass, and Ecumenism (#35; Dec. 2012; rev. Aug. 2013)
The Quotable Summa Theologica (#36; Jan. 2013)
Catholic Converts and Conversion (#38; April 2013)
The Quotable Eastern Church Fathers (#39; July 2013)
The Quotable Newman, Vol. II (#40; Aug. 2013)
Revelation! 1001 Bible Answers to Theological Topics (#41; Oct. 2013)
A “biblical catechism.” The idea is simple but unique: 1001 questions are “answered” with a Bible passage: with 18 broad categories and 200 sub-topics.
Debating James White: Shocking Failures of the “Undefeatable” Anti-Catholic Champion (#42; Nov. 2013)
A series of critical in-depth analyses and debates with the leading anti-Catholic apologist today (especially online): the Reformed Baptist James White.
Pope Francis Explained: Survey of Myths, Legends, and Catholic Defenses in Harmony with Tradition (#43; Jan. 2014)
A look at how the media frequently misrepresents the pope as a supposed dissenter, and how Catholics on the far right are also unnecessarily suspicious.
Quotable Catholic Mystics and Contemplatives (#44; April 2014)
Compiled from fourteen classic Catholic mystics and contemplatives or works, drawn from 22 books, compiled under 215 categories, chronologically by date.
Victorian King James Version of the New Testament (#45; July 2014)
A “selection” from two Elizabethan era Bibles (KJV / Rheims), and four British Victorian-era versions (Moffatt / 20th Century / Young’s Literal / Weymouth).
Proving the Catholic Faith is Biblical: 80 Short Essays Explaining the Biblical Basis of Catholicism (#46; August 2014; published in July 2015 by Sophia Institute Press)
Collection of usually 2-3 page-long articles on 14 broad apologetics topics; many drawn from published articles with Seton Magazine and The Michigan Catholic.
Footsteps that Echo Forever: My Holy Land Pilgrimage (#47, November 2014).
Almost a “systematic theology” from Cardinal Newman, by use of many topical categories. Of particular usefulness for possible converts, as well as “uncertain” Catholics.
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