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About gmichuta

Gary is a noted Catholic speaker and author. He has given hundreds of parish talks and seminars on apologetics and evangelism. Gary is also the author of several books including, Why Catholic Bibles Are Bigger: The Untold Story of the Lost Books of the Protestant Bible, The Case for the Deuterocanon: Evidence and Arguments, How to Wolf-proof Your Kids, Making Sense of Mary, etc. For more information books, talks, and CD sets go to: www.Catholicproductions.com or his official website www.HandsOnApologetics.com

Building An Apologetics Library – Manuals

Apologetic Manuals One of the gripes academia has with Catholic teaching around the turn of the last century was that it was too structured. The content of the Faith tended to be reduced to outlines and manuals instead of a synthesis … Continue reading

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New Teaser for Why Catholic Bibles Are Bigger

Five days to Christmas and about two and a half months before the release of my new book Why Catholic Bibles Are Bigger. While preparing for the release, I received some very generous feedback from friends and colleagues in the … Continue reading

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“We Wish You A Deutero Christmas…”

Here’s a question. What ancient Christian hymn and popular Christmas carol contains a verse that is based upon a deueterocanonical book? No, it’s not Rudolf the Deuterocanonical Reindeer. It’s O Come, O Come, Emmanuel. The second verse is: “O come, … Continue reading

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Church of England Endorses Infanticed?

I personally don’t trust the press. Their primary reason for writing is to make money, not to report the truth. For this reason, I’m not altogether sure I trust two articles that have appeared concerning the Church of England endorsing … Continue reading

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Poll: Nearly Half of Americans Do Not Believe God Exists

I don’t take much stock in polls. The questions asked are often leading. I especially don’t trust poll during an election cycle (for obvious reasons). However, this little poll came out and there are a number of ways on can … Continue reading

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300,000,000 Americans: Reality Check

The news broke today that the United States has reached the 300,000,000 mark. I often reflect on the effectiveness of Catholic apologetics and evangelism. When I grew up (late 60’s and 70’s) there were few orthodox Catholic publishers still in … Continue reading

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New Catholic Apologetics Classes

If you live in South-east Michigan and you are interested in some intense and informative classes designed to sharpen your knowledge of Catholic Apologetics, come to the New E.C.R.C. Center in Bloomfield Hills (corner of Maple Rd. and Inkster). We … Continue reading

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Book Update

Hi all,  Sorry that I haven’t blogged in a while. Here is the update on my upcoming book Why Catholic Bibles Are Bigger. The manuscript is being polished by none other than Rod Bennett author of Four Witnesses (Ignatius Press). Rod … Continue reading

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What Opens The Exit Door?

Conversion stories are popular. They give Catholics a chance to look at the Church from a different viewpoint and they give Catholics a greater appreciation of other faith perspectives and the dynamics of conversion. There is a flip side for … Continue reading

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History of the Variations of the Protestant Churches

If you want to defend the faith, you need to have good resources. A good apologist always has a good apologetic library. When I first started doing apologetics in a serious manner, there wasn’t very many Catholic ministries out there … Continue reading

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