So, if you go back and review every episode of Star Trek, nobody ever said, "Beam me up, Scotty". True, there were frequent requests from the crew for transport, but the familiar "quote" never actually occurred. Nit-picking? Sure, but Trent Horn contends that misquotes, misattributions and fabrications just aren't the truth. In regard to the saints and other well-known Catholics, it is important to to get to the truth because the truth is important. It is especially important if a false quote contradicts the faith.
Each chapter of Trent's book addresses a theme. Dig into the meaning behind common "quotes: such as, "Good works matter more than being holy" and, "Faith is belief apart from reason". Trent sets the record straight by rooting out poison pills that contain theological errors that lead us away from the truth. He goes on to offer a resource of authentic quotes from Scripture, from saints, and from scholars, that do reveal the truth.
What the Saints Never Said Book Details:
- Pious Misquotes and the Subtle Heresies They Teach You
- Author: Trent Horn
- 148 Pages
- ISBN: 9781683570691
- 5-1/4” x 8” x 1/2”