Major feature films such The Passion of the Christ and Risen, and books such as Bill O'Reilly's Killing Jesus raise many questions about one of the greatest controversies in history--what really happened to the crucified body of Jesus of Nazareth.
This short book offer a series of answers to some of he most commonly asked questions on faith, including: What is Christian Faith? Are science and religion compatible? Why go to mass? What about women in the church? And many more.
Seismic cultural shifts and increased attacks on religious liberty often place Christians in the uncomfortable position of having to defend their beliefs - even their belief in God - when their faith is called into question.
What it means to live, believe, and see things as a Catholic, from the bestselling theologian and biographer of Pope John Paul II. In this remarkable tour of the Catholic world, George Weigel helps us understand how Catholicism fosters what...