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A Conversation with Peter Kreeft
PAUL CAMACHO
His style, both in teaching and in writing, is as unpretentious as it is fervent: in deeply profound, elegant, and often entertaining ways, Peter Kreeft questions the assumptions of modern thought with the wonderful wisdom and wit of a wider worldview.

A Baptism of Imagination: A Conversation with Peter Kreeft
MARS HILL REVIEW
Initially I wondered about what I might be facing in my interview with the esteemed professor within the old, imposing brick walls of Boston College. I was delighted to find a humble, gracious man with a twinkle in his eye, who revealed a quick wit, tremendous energy of thought, and a passion for his faith.

A conversation with Peter Kreeft about C.S. Lewis
JEDD MEDIFIND
Peter Kreeft shares his thoughts on the persistent relevance of Lewis' life and thought.

Hauled Aboard the Ark The Spiritual Journey of Peter Kreeft
PETER KREEFT
I was born into a loving, believing community, a Protestant "mother church" (the Reformed Church) which, though it had not for me the fullness of the faith, had strong and genuine piety.

Dr. Peter Kreeft's conversion to Catholicism - Q & A
PETER KREEFT
And now I invite your questions.

Dr. Peter Kreeft's conversion to Catholicism - Part 1
PETER KREEFT
I was born into a loving and faithful family.

Dr. Peter Kreeft's conversion to Catholicism - Part 2
PETER KREEFT
But I'm a procrastinator and I kept saying, "One day, one day."

Fourteen Questions About Heaven
PETER KREEFT
Peter Kreeft answers fourteen commonly asked questions about heaven.

The Voice of Peter
MOST REVEREND FULTON SHEEN
The father and mother of a family suffer for their children; the priest bears the wounds of his parishioners, but into that chalice held by the Vicar of Christ seeps all the sorrows, such as those caused by disciples: some walk with Him no more, or who leave the Eucharistic Banquet and go out into the night.

The Peter Pan Syndrome
PROFESSOR THEOPHILUS
Why are so many young men including me afraid of commitment these days, wonders Zack. Why won't we grow up? Professor Theophilus explains.

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