Reviews - What do customers think about In His Light: A Path into Catholic Belief?
Typical Modern Ambiguty Jan 21, 2008
This is a verbose introduction that manages to even waffle on whether the Virgin Birth was an actual happening or some super-spiritual nonsense a la Raymond E Brown at his worst moments. Not overtly heretical, but doing the dance with uncertainty that paralyzes the faith of many. You'll be better off with Peter Kreeft's 'Catholic Christianity'.
Great for RCIA Oct 23, 2005
An excellent resource for RCIA classes. Clearly written, good question/answer format, short chapters that are appropriate for a week of study, solid facts about the Faith presented.
A Must Have Book Aug 3, 2005
This book (second edition) is written to correspond with the process of the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults. As a 19 year veteran of working with RCIA, I consider it an important addition to the RCIA library. It is well organized and presents authentic Catholic theology. It is easy to read and understand being based on Holy Scripture and the Catechism of the Catholic Church. It will be valuable in any adult faith formation program.
Good Basic Catechism Oct 12, 2001
Found this book to be an easy-to-read basic Roman Catholic catechism.