Review or discuss Msgr Glenn's 'Apologetics'
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Rt Rev Msgr Paul Glenn wrote Apologetics in 1931 as a class manual "in the Philosophy of the Catholic Religion." For that reason alone I was drawn to the book, because I've been a bit dismayed by Pope Benedict's writing that there is no Catholic Philosophy, and wonder how other members view this.
The contents of the book are straight-forward in four sections:
God: His existence, nature, and actions
Religion: It's nature and Revelation
Jesus: Redeemer, True God, and True Man
I admit I haven't read too far here--I keep going back and forth to the Kreeft Apologetics, but I'd be very grateful for comments that encourage me to keep reading and thinking.
-is there a shortcut to find mentions (other than scrolling all through the thread)?
-what is meant by a published review? (hard copy, or posted at another site/) could we enter a link to a review here?
-what is meant by vote?
on your other questions
No shortcut that I know of, drat it.
Here's the wiki page that explains published reviews.
Where in particular do you see the opportunity to vote?
I'm trying to remember what I was reading that day:
St Anthony, please help me find it, so I can reply here.
Well, at least I can say I just found the vote link on the edition of Cardinal Sheen's book that I own The Seven Last Words.
Usually I am reluctant to go wandering around in software content that I don't know anything about (because I seldom can fix the problems I cause) but I suppose I'm now about to go back and select the vote link/icon and see what happens. And perhaps it will be self-explanatory.
But this gives rise to another question, if you'd be so kind as to consider: it seems the only data for members owning, comments, ratings, mentions, etc is scattered all through the various separate editions of each book- and some of these seem obviously erroneous and invalid.
Is there any way to find a summary for all editions (other than doing it manually)?
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