Dave Armstrong





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I was received into the Catholic Church in 1991 (was evangelical); conversion story in the book Surprised by Truth (1994). Articles: The Catholic Answer, This Rock, Envoy, & The Coming Home Journal. Many nationally syndicated Catholic radio appearances including Catholic Answers Live; Faith and Family Live. My website, Biblical Evidence for Catholicism, was online from March 1997 to March 2007. My blog began in February 2004 & contains more than 2500 papers (including more than 50 separate web pages and 570+ dialogues). Sophia Institute Press has published four of my 23 books: A Biblical Defense of Catholicism (2003), The Catholic Verses (2004), The One-Minute Apologist (2007), and Bible Proofs for Catholic Truths (2009). I am co-au ...more

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Not sure how all that works, but I have re-edited all my old papers, preparing them for the move, with a book ad to my e-booksite on each one. It may be by the end of today (8-10-15). There will be forwarding links (I dunno how many).

I'll have to reorganize everything once the "exportation" occurs. It'll be a painstaking process of several weeks. The header above, that was professionally desig... Read more of this blog post »
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A Biblical Defense of Catho...

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The Catholic Verses: 95 Bib...

3.88 avg rating — 60 ratings — published 2004 — 2 editions
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The One-Minute Apologist

4.29 avg rating — 28 ratings — published 2007 — 2 editions
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100 Biblical Arguments Agai...

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The Wisdom of Mr. Chesterto...

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Biblical Defense of Catholi...

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Bible Conversations: Cathol...

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Pope Francis Explained: Sur...

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“Chesterton made a marvelously insightful comment concerning Christ’s selection of Peter as the “rock”: When Christ at a symbolic moment was establishing His great society, he chose for its cornerstone neither the brilliant Paul nor the mystic John, but a shuffler, a snob, a coward — in a word, a man. And upon this rock he has built His Church, and the gates of Hell have not prevailed against it. All the empires and the kingdoms have failed, because of this inherent and continual weakness, that they were founded by strong men and upon strong men. But this one thing, the historic Christian Church, was founded on a weak man, and for that reason it is indestructible. For no chain is stronger than its weakest link.252”
Dave Armstrong, Biblical Defense of Catholicism

“In a sense this is true because the Catholic is not arrogant enough to assume that he is the arbiter and final judge of all truth given him from any source (see my arguments above about the inevitability of trusting something outside oneself). We submit to a tradition which includes all the great Christian minds who have reflected upon that deposit of faith, received from Jesus and the apostles and developed as a result of battle with heretics for nearly 2000 years. I am very proud to do this, and not in the least ashamed.”
Dave Armstrong, Debating James White: Shocking Failures of the "Undefeatable" Anti-Catholic Champion

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