Jason recently posted – and I won’t comment on his other comments except to say that telling someone that they are wrong is not an injustice; an injustice is child trafficking – that he recently picked up Dr. Scott Hahn’s book, Rome Sweet Rome and read it. Well, since there is some discussion on Catholics and Catholic Theology, I thought that this might be a good time to do this give and take on the blogosphere.
Especially since Lent is coming up.
So, here’s the deal. Order the book and let’s dig into Scott’s first treatise on leaving Protestantism for Catholicism. Let’s do it fairly and as best we can, as Christians.
I admit, there was a long time of my life that I was ANTI-Catholic. Then again, I was anti-insert your denomination, sect, or communion of choice here. Now?
Now I think that it is time to try to look at things through John 17.
Let’s give Scott a fair chance to hear him out. Jason said that it was a sad story. I dunno, but I will.
I propose that we’ll read the book, a chapter or so at a time and post our thoughts and links to others participating. Who knows, maybe it’ll just be me and Jason. If you don’t have a blog and want to post it on here, let me know.
But, always, John 17.