In Reasons to Believe, Scott Hahn, a convert to Catholicism, explains the “how and why” of the Catholic faith—drawing from Scripture, his own struggles and those of other converts, as well as from everyday life and even natural science. Hahn shows that reason and revelation, as well as nature and the supernatural, are not opposed to one another; rather, they offer complementary evidence that God exists. He is someone, and he has a personality, a personal style, that is discernable and knowable. Hahn leads readers to see that God created the universe with a purpose and a form—a form that can be found in the book of Genesis and that is there when we view the natural world through a microscope, through a telescope, or through our contact lenses. At the heart of the book is Hahn's examination of the ten “keys to the kingdom”—the characteristics of the Church clearly evident in the Scriptures. As the story of creation discloses, the world is a house that has a father, a palace where the king is really present. God created the cosmos to be a kingdom, and that kingdom is the universal Church, fully revealed by Jesus Christ.
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This book should be required reading for every Catholic college student and especially for every priest, seminarian, and deacon. This is apologetics made fascinating.
—Fr. Benedict J. Groeschel, CFR, founder of the Office for Spiritual Development for the Catholic Archdiocese of New York
Often we are asked to give an account of the hope that is in us, to explain our Catholic faith. In Reasons to Believe, Scott Hahn offers that explanation in a clear, cogent, and compelling manner, by answering the most frequently raised questions about aspects of Church teaching. It is a must-read for Catholics who want to be able to explain the faith they hold and cherish. This work should be of immense value.
—Donald W. Wuerl, archbishop, Archdiocese of Washington D.C.
A great aid to anyone interested in the biblical, patristic, and historical reasons to believe in Jesus Christ as a Catholic Christian.
—John Michael Talbot, songwriter, and founder of Brothers and Sisters of Charity at Little Portion Hermitage