This book is a tool for providing fact-based evidence for Catholics, confronted by issues that cause concern or questioning of their faith.
NEW YORK (PRWEB) January 27, 2020
Over the last century, the number of Catholics around the world has more than tripled (currently, 50 percent of all Christians are Catholic). Recently, however, those numbers are declining.
In “Modern Catholic Concerns,” Peter Mazurek provides a guide for making more informed decisions in relation to religious beliefs. Mazurek examines the existence of God, the divinity of Jesus, and the Christian view on modern social issues.
“I provide a synopsis of years of Catholic theology,” Mazurek said. “Instead of needing to pour over centuries of material from Catholic theologians throughout history to find their answers, modern Catholics need only to look to this brief, easy-to-read summary of issues and their findings.”
Mazurek’s book comes from a layperson’s point of view and provides evidence-based arguments for topics, from the origin of the universe and development of life on earth, to contemporary issues like suicide, euthanasia, abortion, cloning, child sexual abuse and the church-state relationship.
“This book is a tool for providing fact-based evidence for Catholics, confronted by issues that cause concern or questioning of their faith,” Mazurek said. “It provides answers, to affirm the validity and reasonableness of the Catholic faith.”
“Modern Catholic Concerns”
By Peter Mazurek
Available at Xlibris and Amazon
About the author
Born in Germany in 1944, Mazurek migrated with his parents to Australia in 1949. He was educated at St. Patrick’s College, Strathfield NSW. He has a Bachelor of Law and a Diploma in Criminology from Sydney University. He was an instructing solicitor in the Office of the Clerk of the Peace (1969-1970), a Barrister (1971-1977), a solicitor with GIO handling major medical malpractice litigation (1978-1992), and solicitor in Law Society of NSW Professional Standards Department (1992-1999) until retirement. His interests are literature, theology, and playing tennis and golf. To learn more about the author and his book, please visit: https://www.xlibris.com/en-nz/bookstore/bookdetails/801446-modern-catholic-concerns.
Review Copies & Interview Requests:
LAVIDGE – Indianapolis