Can books destroy peoples’ faith if they are properly instructed?

The Catholic Answers

What do you mean by properly instructed? If a Catholic has had long training for years in logic, philosophy, history, Scripture, and theology, it is unlikely that reading would destroy his faith. But how many lay-people have had such training? Yet without it, few would be able to see through the fallacies latent in many books. So-called educated men who have had good eduction in some matters but not in others, have lost their faith through reading anti-Christian literature, not knowing sufficient in the matters of religion to detect the errors of the books chosen.

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