“The name David Goldstein means nothing to today’s Catholics, but back in the 1920s and ’30s he was a sensation. A Socialist who had become a Catholic, he achieved nationwide prominence as an apologist, traveling across America defending the Faith. At the height of his fame, he published his autobiography — hailed by the Catholic journal, <i>The Sign</i>, as … “more than a story of personal achievement … a textbook for those interested in practical apologetics. The human interest stories, the exciting debates, the changing scenes of activity, and the knowledge of psychology of crowds which Mr. Goldstein commands, enliven the tale into an absorbing story.”[From catalog description]
Roman Catholic Books, Hard Cover, ©1936, 416 pages
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