Friday, 1 June 2012
"Heresy" - Michael Coren's new book
The title of his last book was "Why Catholics are Right." Michael Coren continues to be unafraid of controversy with the publication of his new book "Heresy." He looks at the popular media and the "lies they spread about Christianity", addressing some of the most common prejudices, such as the idea that Jesus didn't exist (a bafflingly popular "view" among the young), the claim that atheists are clever and Christians are stupid, the utterly false supposition that Christians are opposed to science, and the notion that Christians are opposed to change and progress.
Michael Coren is at the epicentre of the new evangelisation as conceived by Blessed John Paul and Pope Benedict, helping to re-evangelise the secular culture of the West. Living in Canada and fronting his ownTV show, The Arena on the Sun News Network, he comes face to face with the world of secular prejudice against Catholicism on a daily basis - and fights back with intelligence and verve.
Though well researched, Heresy is not presented as a scholarly tome but a hard-hitting, honest and readable refutation of the nonsense that Catholics have to face from colleagues and lapsed family members. With this book at your fingertips it will be easier to come up with answers to the tired clichés that leave many good Catholics struggling for an answer.
Heresy is available on Amazon in the UK:
For US readers, here is a link to the American Amazon page.