Faith and Certitude

Can We Be Sure of the Things That Matter Most to Us?

By (Author): Fr. Thomas Dubay S.M.
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  • Product Code: FCP
  • ISBN/UPC: 9780898700541
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  • Pages: 266
  • Availability: In stock
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  • Publication date: November 22, 1985
  • Weight: 11oz
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  • Categories:
    Evangelization
    Doctrinal and Moral Errors
    Evangelization
    General Theology
The highly regarded Dubay (Fire Within) presents a thorough and concise analysis of the critical questions and issues concerning faith and certitude in our day. Written in a very readable, inspirational and sometimes humorous style, Dubay cuts through the relativism and skepticism of our time and exposes the deepest roots of error, whether scientific or religious. He shows how anyone committed to an honest search for truth and goodness can attain a rock solid religious certitude that will not be shaken by developments in human events and academic studies.

Fr. Thomas Dubay, S.M.

Fr. Thomas Dubay, S.M., is a retreat master and spiritual director for religious communities around the country, as well as a highly regarded speaker at conferences and retreats for lay people in North America. He has hosted five different 13-part television series on the topics of spirituality and prayer, and is the best-selling author of such acclaimed spiritual works as Fire Within, Prayer Primer and Happy Are You Poor.

"A masterful book. Fr. Dubay is one of the best writers in the Church today. He explains with striking imagery, and uses colorful language and readily grasped examples. One of the most important books of our time." 
-Fr. Richard Gilsdorf, Reflections

"Highly recommended for apologetic purposes. It is well-written, easy to read and full of concrete examples." 
-Fr. Kenneth Baker, S.J., editor, Homiletic and Pastoral Review

"This book should be mandatory reading to help restore a valid defense of the truths of the Faith. A brilliantly conceived tool with razor-edged logic." 
-St. Anthony Messenger