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There is actually a good bit in the various Protestant faith traditions that does indeed contradict the Bible.
So, do not be afraid to engage non-Catholics in a discussion of the Bible.
Apologetics is about building the case for our Faith...learning how to explain and defend our Faith.
Basically, there are 3 types of apologetics: natural apologetics, Christian apologetics, and Catholic apologetics.
#3) If you are ever asked a question about your Faith that you cannot answer, don't worry.
There is an answer, you just need to go and find it. We need to read it, pray it, learn it, and use it to bring our separated brothers and sisters back to the Church.
Catholic apologetics encompasses all of Christian apologetics - since Catholicism is the fullness of Christianity - but Catholic apologetics tends to focus on those truths of Christianity that are not generally believed by non-Catholic Christians. Pray that He will give you the courage to share your Faith and the wisdom to choose your words carefully and profitably. Don't try to "wing it." However, always follow, "I don't know," with, "But, I will find out and get back to you." And A few more basics about apologetics before we move into specific apologetics topics: #1) Ingrain this into your psyche..Bible is a Catholic book! Whenever someone quotes you a Bible verse that "proves" the Catholic Church is wrong on something, your response should be, "Amen, I believe what the Bible says!
Back to top First of all, you would want to check out 1st Corinthians, chapter 1, verse 23.
Natural apologetics builds the case for truths we can know from the "natural" light of reason.
Truths that can be known without any divine intervention. Because if we are sincere in our desire to share the truth with others..share Jesus Christ with others..Jesus will find a way to make something good come out of even our mistakes.
For example, you believe women should be priests..the Catechism of the Catholic Church, paragraph 1577 states, "Only a baptized man validly receives ordination...
For this reason the ordination of women just tear that page out of your Catechism..just made it a Catechism of your Catholic Church..mine.