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Dr. Francis J. Beckwith

Apologetics Index research resource Personal homepage of Francis J. Beckwith.
Apologetics Index research resource Homepage at Baylor University
  Note the artwork and links to the Catholic New Advent website, which is "dedicated
  to the Immaculate Heart of Mary."

Apologetics Index research resource Full Biographical Sketch
Apologetics Index research resource Francis J. Beckwith's Curriculum Vitae


Christian The Trinity Series
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Christian The Abortion Controversy 25 Years After Roe Vs. Wade">
Christian David Hume's Arguments Against Miracles: A Critical Analysis
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Christian Are You Politically Correct? Debating America's Cultural Standards
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This post was last updated: May. 5, 2007