Dr. Peter Kreeft is a convert to the Catholic faith from Dutch Calvinism. He teaches philosophy at Boston College and has authored a number of books on matters of faith and reason. Many of his writings and talks are available at www.peterkreeft.com. His lecture “7 Reasons to be Catholic” focuses on a number of philosophical approaches but primarily centers on reasons why a Protestant Christian might consider fuller communion with the Catholic Church.
In Part 3 he talks about how C.S. Lewis’ “Lord, Liar, or Lunatic” argument also can be applied to Catholic doctrine and authority, especially the teaching on the Eucharist. He also discusses the four visible “marks” of the Church mentioned in the Nicene creed.
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