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  • “Conciliar Rhetoric: An Integrated Model of Catholic Defense”, by Glenn B. Siniscalchi. Heythrop Journal, Vol. LII (2011), pp. 1–18. Available in PDF format on this page of Duquesne University. [N.B., This essay provides a perspective of Catholic Christian apologetics that appears to be consistent with the hermeneutic of continuity and reform outlined by Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI. It explains how the modes of apologetics before and after the Second Vatican Council can be integrated in the service of evangelization.]

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